The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: January 29, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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OAr unn50 the with reqUttC the advertiSd11e I Ia : [From Professor McCullohs Report] to performed readily, and will act far more A Distinguished Offietr.-We find the follow lycer nthat'oU who hang theiaselyeswill es. j r S.
and uan1mtU marked with the number ON THE USE AND TREATMENT OF ANIMAL energetically than coarse boneblack alone. In ing communication in the N. 0.Delta:, cape 'starvation.If-b us tes'iiiI hoops. t1 .

. Aderdemtanot requ\re continued anUlforbid CHARCOAL. refining svgar, when fine boneblack alone is Eds. Delta:-Among the passengers an, the : out of fashion, church *pciTirill hold'\,& l

: orina.rtic-n.eblrpd for. for all nounceSCt Charcoal has long been known to possess the: used it is requisite to employ ten per cent for. New Orleans,just arrived from Yera Cruz is .,_than three .ladles.If i' 1de.wear ..
and aFiu doHlfS .iU be chBrgPd property of absorbing certain gases with great: clarification; but when the clarified liquid is Baron Von Grone, of the Prussian .anny; who .i their,.beards, there.will be less' bwbere J,:
$candidatel for IOlllb8 othce. : I 110 00 energy, and it has consequently been used as a ). afterwards to be subjected to filtration through joined M.j.LallY's command in August last, and and he who wears rnnstachiocs1wi1hav. t
One square.for SIX and c dltor.: I I 10 00 disinfecting agent. This power it possesses ina ; Dttmont filters'from three to five per cent. only -' distinguished himself at the National Bridge by I I something to'sneeze atTherewai be many l';
Sotiee to Debtors,fttS of AdninStt&d0fl 5 00 remarkable dsgree, but which varies for different of fine boneblackis usually employed in tlarification --.his courage and skill, and also in: the engagements eclipses of virtue, some visible, ier.iTI ..J j '
Application for notice wIll be inserted !-atui. gases: thus for instance recently igni- and nine or ten per-cmnt.otcoarse which afterwards took place before the sible.' .. Whosoever in love will J'
AU religious ted wood charcoal absorbs boneblack is used in filtration.- oommand :reached The i hi :
T: : subsequently Jalapa. Baron was mistress will only;fin< ; f
.euI1!. .flnis. !tble personal communications willbrar 90 times its own volume of ammonia; Fine boneblack which has been once used retains wounded in the hip; 'at.the head of two ctinps-, the,truth a.of perfect his angelan. 1 getting lout .

T:: An d ,1 1ertiSeflenia" mU8t b* Plitt the 85 do do hydrochloric acid; the impurities it has absorbed so,tenaciously -, nies he took a fort at the Bridge,'and was of .i. ... .Many e.1.1n.sp 'ladiesl' whom['no w .Jl
% AUi.for Jnb Prmuog. 55 do do sulphuretted hydrogen; that it can only be used as a refuse article -, great service throughout He ,came to ,this would will be kissed' without telling j
.JiC'f'rl,( the work.izi" IOU.t be Eddr..sed to 35 do do carbonic acid; o for manure, while coarse grained boneblack country by permission of the King of Prussia, their supct'There will be more books published i;j;
All C'.ommunltOlil.JOS poat4g. paid. _9 do do oxygen. may be revived and employed successively and to serve with our A army in the Mexican' cam- h will! find .purchasers; morjt. bills
GILLETT lit liAU.11tD. ._n The gases are therefore, not only absorbed, indefinitely any numberof times., paingns. Gen. Scott, to wbom'he brought letters -, made tha find payersIf! the inc ". \
: 11.L- ." -pekelI'l e but condensed with great force.. It would require When neblack has been badly prepared by j treated him with marked attention in the a fat office ,should die"there'will. be a ;
ae.I'ftldt of 90 1350 Ibs. and to 'the air so as to city of Mexico and invited him to his staff. but '
a pressure atmospheres overheating exposure join feet ready'to step into one pair of shoe i :
BETWEEN to the square inch, to compress ammonia; into I burn off a portion of the carbon united with The fighting being over for the present, and the' I :young lady:should happen-to: s :
B the space it occupies when thus condensed in I the earthly substances, its energy wiH be greatly Baron's absence from Prussia being necessarily sewi.a ,to look'. 'red-in the.face o t. rh '
FLA. the pores of charcoaL This. absorbing power impaired. This fault will bo.ieadilydetcc. limited, he Will. occupy the remainder of his! ;.'if she; dream of a young" man : n
SAVANNAH & PALATKA, ., charcoal is mechanical, and. is attended/with". ted by.the eye. When..however, it has been time in visiting Cuba,and afterwards the United : three nights 'in succession, it will boa sign of t 1. ..
BY TIlE WAY OF no chemical action, for the gases may be expelled insufficiently calcined, it will retain a portionof States, on his return home. I something; if.she dream of him four times, or ::j;:.
D.\RIEN BRUl\SWICK ST. l\1ARY, ; unchanged by heat alone. animal oil and empyreumatic matter, which have the toothache, it is ten to one she will be along
JACK OSVILLE, BLACK CREEI AND Equally remarkable, though even more obscure will impart a peculiar disagreeable flavor to the We wish some of the run-mad Northern Abolitionists time in getting..eit er of them out of her ;;

PICOLATA, FUHUV.\ in its theory, is the property which char- sirup, which cannot be removed. Boneblack of could have been present, and witnessed heao. Many people will, ,drink,more strong .3'
In connection with the Charleston Dai1yl\1an\\ coal possesses of absorbing the coloring mattersof this sort is not easily moistened, and may be a scene on the line of one of the Virginia liquor than ml be necessary to keep thenVso- ".
Steam-packets at Savannav,the vegetable substances, first observed by Low- recognised in preparing the filters, 'and some- railreads last week. It was the parting betweena ber, and more medicine than will be'requisite .
.SP ALDL G, (rom Pula.tlm to Lake Monroe, then I itz, of St. Petersburg, ond since carefully stu- times even by the taste or smelL When cal family of slaves and their mistress widow to the enjoyment ptgoodhealth. ; i
S. Mail tages from Ficolata to St. Augustine died by M. Payen and Bussy. This property clued a second time these defects are corrected, lady-who had been to spend.,the Christmas Dinners and entertainments :wiU be given t 'L, ;
and from Black reek, via. Newnanstille, : is not confined to any kind of charcoal, and varies and it may thus be rendered fit for use. holydays on her form,and was returning to stay those who have enough and .the .
Alligator, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to in intensity with the porosity or state of" A alight portion of carbonate of ammonia, during the winter in a neighboring city. Her will receive much advice a homel, legal and medical it 5.
Tallahasce.OUA3IULGEE. mechanical division. Substances which melt produced by the calcination of the animal matter slaves,male and female, old and young, to the The public'debts of'the re } :
Clipt., A CIIASE. before carbonization furnish a charcoal of great in the bones, and retained by boneblack, number of twenty or thirty, accompanied their excepte.Sttes wil hardly be adjustedand i .
ST. MA'rrllEWS, ; P.IICNELTT.These brilliancy of lustre, and entirely destitute of and a portion of carbonic acid, absorbed per- mistress to the railroad, and there took leave of the same fate very probably_attend many j ,
packets leave Sav.mnlh every TUESDAY&i decolorizing power. Vegetable charcoal has haps from the air, are probably the agents her with such affecting demonstrations of gratitude private contracts in this latitude. He who .
SUUllDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and ar- I its efficacy greatly increased by ignition with which accomplish the separation of limo from i and affection, that there were but few marries this year wi run a great risk, especially {3:
Keolata in time for the Mail Stages to go some soluble salt, which is afterwards washedout solution in water or in sirup. In performing dry eyes among the lookers on. They implored if he does a hurry.He -who ; :
trough to St. Augustine before night every thoroughly. The coke or charcoal of bitu- this office, the carbonate of ammonia is decom- I blessings upon her head, crowded around steals a watch, tatter occasion to gossipy :!:\,
Thursday and Iond y. minous schist is eminently decolorizing; but I posed; hence it becomes expedient, when boneblack her with prayera. for her welfare and happiness and will. be apt gTS 1and pride indisagreeable :.1t'
Returning, leave Palatkaevery TUESDAY and the charcoal which seems to be the most pow- is used to remove any excess of lime and held up their children to her, that relations. be a : ;}:
FIIDLT MOaNING, at 7 o'clock,touching as above erful is that obtained from animal substances, I which may have been employed in defecationas they too might look upon one whom they so loved great noise all'over the country wil thun 1;
wh and especially when calcined with various solu- well as for decolorization, to add always a and who, it was evident, cared so much for den d a tremendous dust:.will be kicked up if.J;
h-Tare both low pressure boats, in complete ble salts. fresh portion, not only for the purpose of restoring their welfare. As long as the cars remained in occasionally, by cOtch"hoesIny young t
order,"and handsomely furnished in every res- The decolorizing power of animal charcoalwas that which may have been separated in their sight, they stood waving their hats and lale who hope expect it;will ;
pect; are commanded by gentlemen of well made the subject of a prize essay by the sifting, in the form of fine boneblack, but alsoto handkerchiefs and sending after their mistress ; and many who confidently aiiticii :a'
known experience on the route, and their patroni Pharmaceutical Society of Paris; and to the researches retain always a portion of the carbonate of their evidently heart-felt wishes for her health pate that glorious consummation, will doom* 1'
are assured that every attention will be of M. Bussy, the results of which are ammonia of which it has been deprived; and in and safety, and their hope for her speedy re ed to wait another year. b : J::
paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, given in the above table, the first prize was places where carbonate of ammonia may read- turn. The good lady, overpowered with the Finally there exists little doubt, this will be [
.and to the careful handling of freight.. awarded. The society also awarded at the ily and cheaply be obtained, (as may generallybe scene, sunk in her seat and sobbed aloud. It is a'most \onderful year,surpassing in interestall ::
AGENTS: same time a second prize to M. Payen, whose done at establishments for ess-lighting, in such scenes as these that show how the evil of that it. Politicians wi mako i :
Brooks & Tupper, Savannah. investigations established the following facts, which bituminous coal is employed) it; would slavery may be mitigated",and alleviated, and fools of others; and many women. a.
A. A. DeLorme Darien. which I give in his own language: perhaps be found advantageous to wash a por- how the kindness of the master may call up the faces will make fools of both.; The pretty
G.Friedlander, Brunswick.John 1st.* The decolorizing power of different tion of the coarse boneblack with a weak solu- gratitude, and, of course, almost the good con will go round a usual and come back to the ". pi.
Bessent, St. Marys. kinds of charcoal depends chiefly upon the state tion of carbonate ammonia previous to its use duct of the slave.-Alex. Ga*. place whence 'it set out, as'will many a man' tl :
Fernandez fcBisbee, Jacksonville. of division in which they occur. in filtration Such a practice would be attended who engages in business. There will be :
A.Coy, Black Creek. 2. In the different sorts of charcoal the car- with no injurious consequences, and would Bursts of Eloquence.-The following burst of great cry and little wool -both at the shearing lt;
( Cooley, Picol4a. bon alone acts on the coloring matters, which doubtless enable the manufacturers of cane and eloquence' was delivered before a court of justice of pigs, and the meeting o, j";.
J. P. Ilawkin!, Palatka.L it separates by.uniting with them. beet-sugar to correct promptly and readily the in Pennsylvania: j *
Lafitte & Co.; Charleston.N. 3. In the application of animal charcoal to effects of any excess of lime used in defecation. "Your honor sits high upon the adorable seat : 4 Correspondence. laid,before our readers *m
B.-Goods consigned to the Agents for- the refining of sugar, it acts likewise upon the There are two methods in use for preparing justice, like the Asiatic rock of Gibralter, a few days since the letters between Mr,1 : i
Worded free of commission. Freight from Sa- vegetable extractive matter and promotes crystallization boneblack. The first, which was employed by while the eternal streams justice, like the cadaverous Palfrey andMr. Winthrop touching thfcspeakiership $!: '
gTannah and Charleston and all way freight in a remarkable manner. M. Payen and Pluvinot, and which is also still clods of the valley, flow meanderingat ; we no..v lay before them tra eJiofte 1; ,
payable by shippers. 4. In conformity with the above principles, used, consists in calcination in large iron retorts your feet' same which lately. made its appearance ,!' ;
September, 1847._tf_ the decolorizing action of the different varietiesof similar to those used for the manufacture This reminds us of the commencement of a Boston Courier. Thi yarn is evidently by a .
COURT. charcoal may be so modified that the most ; of gas for lighting cities. The bones, previously speech of a lawyer in New' Jersey? I old salt-.-one knows the ropes,na. I .r'!
Ilf CIRCUIT violent may become the most active. I stripped of adhering flesh and fatty matter, "Your honors do not sit there like marble smacks pretty strongly Marblehead < {
XiSTEES CIRCUIT OF FLOJtlD.--CoUNTY OF 5. I The distinction which some have soughtto are placed in a retort, and then kept at a cher- statues, to bet wafted about by every idle. Cod. Our,readers wil have no difficulty, 4!
ST. Jou s: IN CUAKCEEY. establish between animal and vegetable char- ry red heat for 36 hours; after which, they are breeze." seeing which is ; ,
The Southern Life coals is incorrect, and we should substitute for taken out and ground. In the other methodthe A western orator commences his harangue- Potion Jack lo. tApper Bob. :** hfi
urance & Trust In-l I it that of charcoals of dull and brilliant lustre. bones are put into iron pots, of such form "The important crisis which wore about to Deal Bib.-It would give'meleu to poko' ;3:.
of Arthur i Bill to Foreclose. that be made to enter for a short have arriven have arronn. .
I, to use ) 6. The various earthy substances usually one pot can I you up the topmast; but mayrcspectfuhlyin-' :
Bead, | mixed with charcoal, and with animal charcoal distance within another, their mouths being together I Another: quire whether, if jrou get on the truck, it.is. : 3:
vs.Augustus r- especially, exert only an influence of position ; so that two pots, when joined, form a i "The court will please to observe: that the your intention w.i:
't Poujaud.* jF relatively" that of the cabon; they serve as single closed vessel In these pots, thus united, gentleman from the east has given them a very So to constitute fishing punts a to stop !
having been made to appear to the satisfaction auxiliaries by separating the particles of carbon about 50 pounds of bones are usually put, anda learned speech. He has roamed with old Rom ster-catching. i',''-bt. :I.,
of the Court by Affidavit, that the and thus render it more free to act upon furnace, resembling somewhat a potter's kiln ulus; socked with old Socrates; ripped with old So to constitute clam digging as not to crack t. ;
Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed the coloring matter. is then charged with a number of these pots and Euripides, and canted with old Cantharidesbut -.. the shells. ,' ":; t t ;
in the above entitled cause, resides out of the 7. Animal charcoal, besides the decoloriz- their contents, which are piled one above an- what, your honor, does he know about the So to constitute eel-pots as to let in black- :
State of Florida and out of the United States ing power, has the property of removing lime other in the furnace: after remaining at a red laws of Wisconsin?" fish. : '!

ind in Cub one of the West India Islands, andbeyond in the solution either in water or in sirup. heat in the oven until calcination is complete, A young lawyer in one of our own courts I am, dear your shipmate, with a mari.lii Ia:
jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, 8. The ammonia in boneblack is sometimes and until the furnace has cooled down the pots commenced his defence as follows: "May it !; Bob PARSON' ,
On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq,&olicitor for useful in the treatment of sirups are taken out and their contents emptied and please your honor, the deluge has passed over i.e J.Cx.:: : I
cud Complainant 9. Neither vegetable charcoal nor chai coals ground.A the face of the earth. The Ark has rested upon Skipper Bob to Parson Jack. .
It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- generally possess the property of removinglime the mountain, and the rainbow justice seines Dear Jack-I have got your scratch, and1 'I
jaud and others be required toappear and answer I. either from water or sirups. Swindling System.-In some 'comments on as beautifully upon my colored client as it does thank you for the offer of tha.t dig of your boot-, :
said Bill of Complaint within six months, 10. By means of an instrument called the the New York Free Banking Law the Herald upon any one in this court, including. the jury." hook; but I must candidly say, that jf I get upon t.t !
cr tko same will be taken as onfesscd againsthim. decolorimeter it is easy to measure exactly the exposes the manner in which the people are I must go up the mast without. :;
of all kinds of charcoal. Dancing the Polka.-A gentleman (says a th1eh.rCk "
decolorizing power swindled by the bank financiers under the Free any '
It further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, The decolorimeter of M. Payen will be readily Banking Law. It says:' London paper) describing the' absurdity of" a hi'e fished for the poke of any man' '. fI
duly certified by the Clerk of this Court be published understood by reference to plate IV, fig. 4.- "A set of those swindlers get together, raise man dancing the Polka said, that it appeared I was only slapped over the shau.. =
in some newspaper printed within the To measure with it the decolorizing power of $4,750-with which they purchase New York as if the individual had a hol e h* his pocket, ders by the boatswain's mate<-and told to 'D .. .
Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month consecutively any specimen of charcoal a proof-liquor must State 5's, at about 95 per cent. deposite it with and was futilely endeavoring" shake shilling a an." ji .
for six months. first be prepared, and for which purpose a solu- the Comptroller and get $ ,OOO in bills. These down the leg of his trowsers. i have'been sevenjears thawing salt junk be )

(Signed.] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. tion of either indigo or molasses is made; molasses bills they bring into the market, and purchasemore fore the mast, and mY/Damei carved on cat. to:,
I,PETElt B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court should be preferred for this purpose by State 5's, which they deposit with the Ladies in Court.-At Dedham, Mag&, the la he with a jack-k ; :dontlkO".th.e' H;
lo hereby certify the above to be a true copy sugar manufacturers, since the decolorizing Comptroller, and get more bills. They make dies attend the sittings of the Common Pleas. lpe keelhaul me for aDu c m you hTe.
made and entered of record varies somewhat for different kinds of Recently there.were counted twenty three women to catch oh. .;
of an Order, duly power $250 on every purchase of this kind, being the any. Qring em 0 .
hi the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth coloring matter, as is shown by the table of difference between the market value and the in the galleries, who, while their ears and. :I remain",dear Jack,'yp.urs.. as true as oak-. .
day of August. A.D. 1S47. Bussy. Equal portions of this proof-liquor are par value of the stock, and by thus turning the eyes were open to the proceedings of the Court, 1 .'.'1OBJ ,: 1'
P. B. DUMAS, then to be subjected to the action of equal amount, can in twenty.turns get out a circulation employed their fingers nimbly with their knitting _:. ; ,
Clerk C. C of St.John's County. weights of the several kinds of charcoal to be of a 100,000 dollars, on the original capital and sewing.Gladiatorial A$ Abolitionist Stumped.-Some time_a ". .'sU'
,b". !7. N lamfSmFS compared. The proportion used in each exper- of $4,750, and make a lear profit of$5,000, the session of the last CongIes Jlr.S tzir.
iment by M. Payen was one decilitre ((6 ounces) or $250 more than the capital on which they Scene in. Court.-lathe County Ohio, propounded the question to' his: : I
NOTICE of the proof-solution, and two grammes ((30 started. As soon as they have got out this circulation Court held in Troy,.New York; before JudgeC. Cleue who bias acquired an infis
hereby given that SIX MONTHS after date grains nearly) of the charcoal. The two are they fail and the'.bills fall at once to C.' Parmlee, two lawyers"named' Z. Haymer i mouS abolitionist- '.' f ,
I the Honorable Judge of the and then filtered: the filtered and J.P., Coon, got into a fight the-latter giving I "If 4i "
<*- stall apply to well shaken together fifty cents on the dollar. With the$ ,OOO madeas you had a eon wjmld you like.tq aeoLbii .
Probate Court of Nassau county, for my discharge -. liquor is poured into. the vertical tubeC above stated, these financiers buy up $10- the former the lie and then striking him.- married to a negro wench,;j If ydu.had daughters -'* : ,.
from the Executorship on the Estate of ( D) of the instrument; then by drawing out 000 of the bills, take them to the Comptrollerand Coon was twice knocked down' by his' insulted would yqu desir to.aTf hem:courted by iN.:
ffilliaa Walker, late of said county, deceased. the horizontal sliding tube (B B) a stratum for get $10.000 in stock, which theysell in the opponent, in the melee_ and: attempting to buck 4arkie*'?y To which the"abolition eham .: 1
W!L A. RUSSELL, Executor. observation is obtained of any desired length. market for $9500, and buy up $19,000 in bills; rally and pursue the fight, Haymer'seized him, pion :replied follows; JI estimate amAit by? .
July 23d, 1847. 6m- The observer looks through the sliding tube towards this amount is; taken to the Comptroller, and by the. hair, and beat him unmercifully, until his cow4uct.eir, not by his color.? .mt e b7p0.t. :
the light and adjusts the length of the $19,000 in stock taken and sold for $18,050, Judge Parmlee dragged him off by main force. crite could not'retura a/dtf ot dinsiei'to,thj
NOTICE.ALL stratum of liquid through which he looks, until !. with which they buy up $36,100 in bills; and question-EzchortExrner. '".-/...""
Persons claims against the es- Maine United States Senator. The Governor .
having he obtains the same intensity of color as that until the whole circulation is bought up, r' : .>,<'l !
of John ..Stafford, late of New Orleans the- presented by a portion of the proof-liquor enclosed |I so and on the securities taken out of the hands of the has appointed the Hon. Wyman B. S.:Moor, La, deceased, will present them to between two discs of glass (P) attachedto Comptroller, the financiers have made from forty Bangor, United States Senator, to. supply the railway works .are" -being'stopped_fqpwua
wlscribers within the time prescribed by law, the instrument: he then reads off the divisions to fifty thousand dollars out of the laboring vacancy occasioned by the death of .Mr.. Fair iron ; but the fat 1. that they are delayed 9.
ar they will be barred; and those indebted tot of the graduated scale upon the horizontal ;i classes. field, until the Legislature. shall. elect. want or 1m r' "v-- : 1-: -: .--
ewd estate will make payment to sliding tube. The first whole division marks a I -, "- -. :- h ;I; .
SUSAN STAFFORD Adm'x. thickness exactly equal to that of the liquid be- "Dow, 'Jr." says, it. is true that time t 4ej Scott-.and: ,A ii; 1'jisraL.-The.'AYashingtofticorrespondent 1
JOSHUA STAFFORb, Adm'r. tween the two discs: No. 2 indicates a double .Hanging by Telegraph.-The electric telegraph steamboats.and soda water wait foe no man.- ,:of the :.Baltimore Sun gives:.the; .. .
tmpBaySept. 10, 647. 6m thickness; No. 3 triple, and so on. If,for any in England has been put to a new service I. Therefore, it behooves us mortals to-be always following aatements in the truth of whfch 'be "
Runaway Negro Caught. specimen submitted to examination, the corresponding I recently,of which an account is given in the on the look-out, and to take timely advantage* says. :Jt reliance maybe pla' .
UP, and committed to jail in division of the scale observed were No. London Times. A man was to be executed at of every favorable opportunity.Sound :Usty. .JChat all .the difference .b _
_." Duval County, a negro 2. it is evident that the charcoal would have the Maidstone jail, but before the hour appoinJted'for Scott snd.Woth.wltbe submitted.to .Court ofInquiry.trO'De
. lTAKEN ,25 yean of age five feet six extracted exactly one-half of the coloring mat fulfilling the sentence a message was received D :-A learned divine yesterday Mi--tvrJ-i-i--; ; '',. ''elcr iii Mexi o."- 'Both'oIcersandafltffor :

in height, _black complexion, ter. The subdivisions of the graduated scale at the London Bridge' terminus order front shouldbe the" i! stated from his pulpit that the beginning of aI 1 : !e,ltl"01JJmmwii ..
lAd gins his name as FRANK. He says that permit the fractional parts of the decolorizingpower Home Office. ;requesting that an I: New Year was.a proper time for.foruing good;, thisp rpos'i iW{ : .
M; belongs to Richard Wisenbaker of Lowndes to be determined. sent by .the electric telegraph instructingthe ., resolutions, and returning borrowed books. -'Sd.( <*JJty, Georgia. The greater efficacy of'M. Dumont's method Under Sheriff at Miidstone to stay\the ex We hope the'remark will touch the cosc1encesfthemany.'capita1 "' befoie.a.Co.urt-: ,Martial., .Tesre. .,,
ecution two hours as tte case of the culprit was f ctl. "i' 0' -- *:' 1. + '
property coarse-grained instead of fine book WhO abound .
owner is requested to prove of employing '
Jeeper .
; W npeiaes and take him away. boneblack, has led some into erroneous view; being reconsidered. :.. ]I among ys. Bostoit Joursal.to .1 If mayIKJ tfiat Gen TayJor wflt be put ovetrC:
J. A. BARBEE, the subject. Its superiority is to be attributed Shortly after the transmission of the order' : Mexico, as ,CommanderTin 'hieEbf: the 4ttny).
Jailor, Duval County, upon solely to the manner of.its use,the sirups deferring the execution'for' two hours- messenger .'Chapman's inauguriladdms' and haying:civij powers confided.to his judgt-
J U 22(7. tf more intimately and thoroughly from .the ,HM*.. Office conveyed to/therailway' the Legislature is'decidedlyfor mente' :.!. .
Oct. brought
"me ; being pro .t .
that the : "
; the of th Sicr tiir.r-t St te':(ord r : it : .r.-
into contact with the carbon, by process war; is"iu' favor of the present '
Estate of Archibald Hogans, dec. filtration, than is, practicable. with fine .boneblack -' law was to take its course.rand that'the culprit one .:: ;:and.,opposed ;tO'theWilmptProviso.i It is$tate ftli t IxjuklPhnippe;"tons'loi Ui .

ALl Persons having claims against Es- in themethod, usually, employed to causeit was:to be at once'executed.1tIriMcGregor, -. .: ', \c .t French, :has j been i engaged fqrA.sdme"tlm* in11
officersof.the '
btthe. telegrapb4comp&nyC0n.sidered 0. h. "'. \\' \
of Archibald Hogan late of ColumJ to act upon them. Unless stirred.cona.tantl1il ; writing, during ailbis leisure moments, a work'in
as :
i& J jv-vouaty, deceased, are hereby notified to it settles by its,weight to the bottom. were I the second telegraphic r':despatch ? in the' the eIipeota memoir, .,.thitbo,of,'which, JcalMe"Sou
: equal to a deathwarrantrequiring the'signature i' tf'LoilDie' tuneabwton ->-' f. t tj.-
f.rese t the same within two yean, or this no" practicable to filter sirups rapidly through fine of the Home Secretary to belied.In'thepr : : :;aged: '. .-dii. lf .
air*wIll**pleaded in bar of theirrecovery;and boneblack, the effect produced would. b be neb1 greaterthan ence of their responsible:om e"(bforderto'bo'sure about SO.years!r/.She..was,strioken lt :jpalsy, -" ." ,0. ....., 0.... g.ll, .
'm' :
warae d'
that attained by using ..Gen.Time4 )1' 'ltfL'J.1n't i. .1
PerOns; indebted to said,estate arc request- of its correctness The enger.rom *tfa.&or-i y."m >.tfgI1tW, c."mon"'
-"T o make immediate payneflt.ZYLPIRjfOGANS. MechiniciIsubdii&t.tiPl7Ck!: !. the Home Office.could not t.h be: certain ,that,the'ord an1 : 'dd'41' f. '.- <, ; ays :IhtoyTwfBalH _,.,
Adm'x. poiats'of contact greatly}increases thedecolois;. ; ; .'.. ', .:' '( '; full d-. X TfcBcii
4 h1iuisolUti0nsth..dcn.ity -.* for'execution'*c"i:i ab'i:, tfre Home, i./ ., 11 *7'l rgini Ple >T 4(
JOSHUA: .ROBERTS,.AdinV. zir gpovei; For; Secretaryi'although; boh1Aiprove4 :::;:The'Secretary.'on I The Missiswppl'isfirnly frozen,across' ntGa- in'the goo, 'caiwe. ,'And.ke 909 nwaUoniOtsUaUa
Al g C.o1 inbiDcounty Dee 24; 1847. $ ofwhicn.ido..'not exceed: or.IStiegreesBeaumeV ; i i. "f- 5CTfryquarterdf'' } f "e.-'O1dDi4 ,
fine irtthtwo. b'ihg.informed Jof the difficulty'ap ..ten"dedte e' e. Abut" ,
; imixture & .is detemtnednoti to be-bayadlhaHd ilo .
of the conduct of the"telegwphjjfficerir, rrang deel .
itbJR, ]11LNqN thirds. of'bbneblackiritt. '-.'- allow. : filtration'I ariC affixed signature'jin" fchtiri' presence. "I. +. -.' w z. '.I a. -' :Not 'great4eaf4 .\,, iipprecztingproprIne! ;:ofths'mcat.A ,
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,JACK8O2ANUA1tY.29 ::1848. the 3d Monday March next shall b theiiml. 1 ( ev&ttthe ,common ague am '. .. _. _. l' ,t-\.. ''I"
rv'**f/' 1" ? ,,.;' 't 4 ,1 't'vr A writer in the,FloMd. anjproposeii.$ ) ,:}hal Bh : $ utb) originating there; D." \.F.nlan; 1 : "

county be entitled !delegate for each.1fty.Democratic :thjrt,lXryra:;its first settle .1ng-C \deceaaedt'otie.. .
'vas, no example to the dieiil'orim1if rtt ti'.h' )
cast at, the last election forGovernor I eS.Tatt
TOUtS ; :in the Bummer : l- <4'tn1ftAf# "' '

'; ". .-, 1 ,and.members ofLCongs.Wethink: : : 1 i try, g wing out 0"tQD& ..er.a.e. occaston to 1a, : _

I .... .' ... .. ... ;::1 1, this matter should be settled hy the Convention,. < 1 but.these are not more.fre-i this natUremncb-,; -tronbIe-ad'exp4 .

"._!_'" 't ,' '-1. .".. and that each county should send,as many deIegatesasitpleasea. : t Tf where in the South and ,;'J Tt y'1-.g..p.:! 'foii. 'A.-- (( !"

I "Ir" : TO OUR: READERS.; ; I -., ;. ; cge rallyfatal, ,in conse :TREASURY: DEl'AltTMmiTJ." .s
] t and refreshing sea free. .r' .r ,.
-"''*For the"conyenience of.our iBubscrib'ers i and v Ve.trust, therefore that cT rY c ntj. rilheStatejwin the'peninsula."' A'great- .,. d'1' ., Stco t. .A 1JiT" O tob VI'I'I':4't' .

.advertising friends who reside South and West jmmediately.select,its.delegates forBemocratic a lire thro*"thejdanget-j "''t'T') -able' lose'who'hated.States J..... t'2, 1 't
: ) Jacksonville;:'we'have :.concluded' to change State, convention. ,.to beTheldiat. the y than:itfan 1.other part of 'tri.ofmUita'ryi"t AI1 rormon. .,.ltDSoi' ..-J'"..,

from'Friday to'Saturday -- t fJilarchnext 'J : ;\THe beat: pl'ofsihowcyerl' : ce& re ;t:4: .
our day publication Lower Suwannee Springs'on the 3d Monday :
afforded and v
; ;are by practical =
T : cers ,and soldiers whether
mornin Advertisements by the Friday's mail I ; lite' ,
: ; I'I'r ,' the :yalua'ble ,. ,draw
teen to such balances.th
j: from the South will thus be inserted in the next S -, j. ::1 : ; LaW'on.the Stugeont Genera culty and delay, .the (following-infi the ieuit' :,

days paper,"and our readers will have one days MR C CABELL'S APOLOGY. : irmi'u pon inedical statis-' "publ&hed.. '- 1,

.intelligence than under our former arrangement It has long been known,that. the Whig partyof : ; :; .of a conclusive V'table exhibiting character the:' : "., non0 lr 0'! g 2jtlbn '

theUnitcd'StAtes, : were' making cuctraordina- ", ; from.all ca.se8in the army; )Vheieletter testrnenfary. : r.
are legally 'granted .
'ry efforts to secure'( ,Florida as>their_ j. own, and : ; ; the years 1$36-37|'38. and. .tivewillhava preference., auc.IlIepl. Where r
,' j -1. i AtI
f -*- mean .*
THE WSATHER.-During the week ending on the revelations..jinade' thei.'course 6f the last a- strength of exceeds.one hundred. dollar t will be Paid.
Wednesday evening last,'the weather ''has Jl en'and election were,enough' to satisfy every'Democrat were(644( deaths, or,6,1-10' 'legal representatiTB aloni,.;nti."'matter':1r1al"be :
{ cl deS
,... 'd8ths in bat tie, ,;and
: < > .
warm exceedingly pleasant.. At .7}'P. M. wou1d'6 'if undone which 't ; : distributee.
: that nothing le% ,casualties generally; and it *' IftEe'de ied'di n
.5could e m *
,. "'
? .1 '
J tiutt-'U-/ pjyj
the lowest degree shown by the thermometer place'us on< ,the :same rankitli.-Massachusetts 'mind .that,the exposures of Jbejnade first tolh 'fotherj tfecpi ; yt

was 47, on Thursday 20th and Sunday the 'Vermontand; j Qhio .Great.Calculations .areveiy..trying health. en third,to the brothers and_ iBMtenTaS, I

; '3d. Tne highest 62, on Wednesday the 26th., were made upon the indifference of a few : : remarks:upon, !the tabl:. 'r to. lit andTastly A to* the*heirs K generalcaeSe r "vtHlh T'
At noon the lowest 51 on. Thursday the 20th,: who had formerly acted: 1vilthe.! :.Democratic : ri&. ;;' 'cfalmIrst'where those preCeding UJ! VkA7% V
% t* >* oi-t tjr) of the droops in Flo-: flr. ht dasidi JnA 'ii'"
: and the highest 69 on Wednesday the 26th.- party, .and it was taken"for granted that Flori- ; ( .),'varIes little from the'gen- : Thiiihiiv1fl be the order_ fclfj.widi .. .
: At 9 P. 11 the lowest 52, on Thursday'the'20tli, da was become irrecoverably Whig.; After a serving! in the. South.in ; sercci1; ;flhIId orchiidflcr,2:

and the highest 64,on Tuesday and Wednesday, close struggle;,Mri' ABELL''was.'b r ly elected, : ; established:by the result of thegilardiami;) tbfrdihiftherther v UJt\A UftfttAl
I ; .' -It will be seen that :thIS fifthy thtf brothers arid sisters wltetuSTarid
the 25th and 26th. But two in the week ; .
days hot .
and it was ascertained that the people were .
of the 4th oh' IW
infantry, lastlyr the heirs gene lIT,. '. '
have been rainy. .so wavering as the demagogues and office hunters : is.-- As'an" 'evidence' .that If there be more than one ,brother lrJiSi

,-that although baffled and deceived, the mortality. has'been experien- 'or'child;or heir'general should the JDOA8'f

: .J1Es: Wsi. BAILEY.-We are happy to perceive Democracy of Florida was yet able to 'conquer.A : 'found thnt' the'aTer.1geof: :duerto'oneotthos classes lettellot.* .
in the Floridian" the announcement of taking all the:regiments in tration must,in all ci.sesbe taken out/T
to be mnad ti '
.Reput n
new move was was ; whilst ,
percent. that,of,the 'PROOF AND AUTSENTICATIONiTo
the name of this distinguished fellow-citizen as to be given to the Whigs of Florida at the sacrifice "4-10 per cent;L and that/al-. [satisfy; the accounting'officeajft&at: the

.a.candidate for the office. of' Governor, Gen. of that of leading men from other States. It pnejthint o'fthe".actual personJclaiming-.is entitled to thfrmonev
BAILEY is a farmer,-a sound Democrat,-and was necessary to hail Mr. .CAUELt as an oracle, \ 'served in 'Florida in 1833, I depositions of two witnesses must be *the-

.. -one who has been intimately connected with in order'that he'might be tolerated 'in Florida. ; of.the: whole' ': 'army'sonly4: ta be taken. before a judge"or :jt1St1 e'fth
.them'thi:of who shall -
: peace, ( certify,\to the jji'
: all the leading events in the history of Florida Au opportunity presented Itself, and from --S that the "
person o..claiming the 1ridQ1f
for many years. We know of no individual who henceforth the citizens of this State are necessarily I i i..an abstract exhi child, &C'7 of the deceased; arid if it be a chM

.is better qualified for the office from uprightness required to consider'the present Representative of each! regiment in the ar- that it is of age; and the only child;'orif it5
in cach"for a. period.of ten brother or-sister,
: character, patriotism for his country, as the embodiment of talent, genius, or general that tit
facts to '
\ following striking deceased left no other brother; r aistr.'or.
and love for his Stftte.Weundrsthnd and patriotism. era heir i arid that the claimant is of ta'tu1.Agtj

that* Gen. BAILEY has been Yet it appears to us that the Whig party of the first regiment of dra. and'said deponents'.shall make oath that:,therm

: induced to offer his'name to the people of Flor- the Union have chosen their-- opportunity ,Forts Gibson,- .Desmoines disinterested. "
da through the solicitation of his is 6 3-10 per cent; while that The certificate of the ctek of the court to
only many
S wisely. At a moment1 when every citizen, of of dragoons, serving alto which said judge justice bclengs, acconpia-

; Democratic friends from every section of the this State of either party was incensed at the : ., was' only 5 1-10 per led by the'seal of his office, if he has one and(

: State. We cordially extend to him our.support course of Mr. CABELL. for indirectly arraying not by a certificate of the fact,'must.be annex

in the East and,feel confident that the Democracy in the' 3d regiment of ed to said deposition. -.
himself among the opponents of Slavery,-they Where letters
of Florida,will unite upon one whom they ] to 1S35, stationed along the testaacritary cf adnuniitration .
have forced him make for his
to an apology are forwarded.they.must to
proten t6 it
know will surely lead them to victory. course in voting for WISTHEOP, the Abolitionist ; same, was regiment 21; while, serving the aver-in true copies by the clerk.of the.court or'officer

l. S Speaker of the House. In the extreme desire to 1838,including casualties granting them with the seal annexed.,.as abotii

NORTHERN.ACETIousNESs.-The "Sketchcr," of Whig Abolitionism to make Florida its own, I than 24. I or its absence MODE accounted for. ?
l .' a little sheet published-in Great Falls, New his Northern confederates have crammed Mr. of artillery, the average Payments will be made by an order from&t#

: S Hampshire in commenting upon. its newspapers CABELL with arguments to dupe his constituents to 1835, while'stationed accounting officers on the paymaster moat no*.

i received by mail, says:- into the belief that he had not sacrificedhis Delaware, McHenry, venierit to the residence of the claimant., ;gjdt
3-7 while in the
*! Jacksonville Fla. ; same reg order will ommand the at par in hMtf
Well here's "The News money
And the' of his '
country interests State to during 1830 37 and
'town in the United
States. Such,
Curious pieces of law-logic are some of.those every \ met
t; 1" southern run-away slave advertisements One, party. The reputation of making the apology, deaths< was only 23. wiflreq irOthe signature of the c1im..tJ\fai!

fe' in the News.states than a slave is taken up and was to redound altogether to Mr.CABELL'S cre are sufficient to establish its face,'before it will be paid.- .'

:. lodged in jailawaiting the demand of his ow- dit. It remains to be seen whether he has not the peculiarity peninsula. the climate, I MODE OF ,PRESENTING .Clf1V8.f.
Now pretend to own ,these Slaves; [ All claimants wishing to i,obtain nfo .tsi
;' and nero if they, you run away, then they steal themselves deservedly made himself the scape-goat of the. has neith'erthffiigidity" 'of or to present c1.t m*, can communicate.witltto

f/; and should; be punished accordingly.Will .- Southern Whig Members of Congress. The nor the -intensity of the office by mail, and will receive as speed-:7lre

( our"law compiler" give us the penalty in Mr. CABELL'S apology, which appears in the extremes'. f < .' teirip'era- ply'as the force. ,.of the ""office 'will 'alloT. -Itogovernmeftt.

Florida for theft 1)) The News, however, is a National Intelligencer of the 15th inst., together I .pgys pall .postages'on such cbBJaranicatioris -
: for Florida.'? gathered. 2rom the mete- ; whether received or trarifflaffeffy
2 good paper with some abuse of the Democratic pressof Dr.: Eawson7 'will illustrate this office. ". .

j. S The punishment of n slave for theft here the South, and especially of that of Florida, .. ; "; / If the ,.eluunact wishes 'thn.t.tM'niDneT".due

would probably be a sound flogging which the Medn ? : IJcg. shall be to :
is almost entirely devoted to a labored and un : :c": "JUgiest. paid any otherpersonanorderte
0 editor of: the Sketcher richly deserves for his .. ; M'lt&yl: that eft"ecti endorsed ;uponeome paperOttkZ.claim .
'" successful to that Mr WwTuaop .
attempt prove-not (45' 34'.: ;: 92 attested by a magistrate two TiCs _
t I.; brilliant wit If the above.is a specimen of its ( or
is at present entirely free from hostility 5'S( ) 42 97-. ".", 98 will be sufficient. The trouble and expos
r hardly return the compliment except *'*
can '
logic, we to slavery or its extension, but that he has been bay,'44 93: ; \ <-100 of a formal power of attorney are) necessr..

ft', : by saying, that the "Sketcher" is a poor I formerly not an abolitionist. It is an argument 46 24-,' '* 93 A compliance with i the_above rules jrUlsure

y-.' paper even for New Hampshire. 50 50 ; 104 a prompt and'certain.pay ment"pftil|,! .
and is about ineffectual : '
; entirely.upon negatives, as ) 53 97 dues. : .

;- DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. as such. arguments. generally tire. It is ( ) 72, SO 92 5_', S : :.JOIN" (AlLMcCALLif

not enough to satisfy 'even his Whig constituents Dr. Lawspn'remarks;, .c'! T. ", S } ,".' ;. &cond. bdV"'t.'
; From the fact that on the next election wek' ,that Mr. CABELL says Mr. WINTHROP. was at Fort,Shelling'is";47J '.. S ::: . .a..; .l

: shall have to choose our candidates for Presi- opposed by .GIDDI.NGS, the arch abolitionist than ..at: ,Tampa ,Bay, tlie" Proerastiriation;:.Tbe business'of-the ses&al
:place k,. ly8deg4 niiu.. p4' .', "
dential electors for Governor of the 'State, for : : : t :
z"I Mr. WINTUROP may be heart and soul against 'e mean annual tempera- drags; the President's message.is.not. yet=

Representative. in Congress:; and. members. of lighting the brand of insurrection amidst the is, .nearly,2..kg. lower,, redj hnd theinterests; of the:'country*areliftt

: the State Legislature upon whom will devolve Southern States, and yet be resohite1y'opposed Georgia" nearly, 8deith'd1, :/:to'suffer.:' 'The,"debates' upon .the refarCB* '
-:S the duty of electing a Senator of the United upwards: of 10 ,deg. lower ,! i '** .' '* *_*H% -
States it is apparent to Democrat that to the extension of slavery. He may prefer .yet in aU;' he-inean sum :;,of .the., President's .annual, 'message:"MT :

every oppose the abolitionists, and yet be favorable to is.1 higher. .In the"'summer. :;:consumed as much time as one VOB&

every exertion'm st be used, every"nerve he the discussion of_the question of bo itfon.Si .- higher in every'other' .suppose ought to badevotcd.to..thatmbje:
strained in order to effect the triumph of.the States in'C "
ce he received the vote of Mr. CABELL, the 1 even n''r| :THe Country':wiif observe.that when ;;SEia'
principles we avow. It is a fact that we record ; n f the'coast of.Flo'ridaT- .-: ,- --, 1\ -' -": 'ft -s '-.I .r ..4
of Florida he has
done both. '
Representative t ol at Key Wcst .it was: Robinson of.Indiana ,'nAvedon W edne&il
with shame that daring the last two years the ,. *" ,;. : >
He has constituted the committee on territories. .above 90.dcgr, cs:'. :last, that the debateshonid be terminated.r
in this state been : ;
interests Democracy have v *
'S :- ; -* ''
that the South is rited' .
so only mina11y r2prcs '
f entire'whig party voted, against, it.. 4.
enveloped in.a temporary cloud. Mr, CABELL. : :gaSf
in it,-and he has by his casting vote introduced hive >
a professed Whig, was elected in opposition to ,the discussion abolition before the House .Union saysIt,,is right. the of majority in the House,and haying:w

, : that true Democrat Wai. A. KAIN, and in the It is a fool's labor to fight'shadows,- and 'the incident in the storming:: control -1Ions-in'theinIdst:of a wa//

last Legislature the Whigs ruled the State by tense, anxiety prove' nothing,-which Mr., ;-'whichrillusfrates;the bra-; under the'press exigencies. of the,public i&*
:vice- the .debae corisnnie -
triumphant majority. But we can trace the ; enthusiasm protract theirprcious.time
S a :'CABELL.has, al aY8'mD.nifested from the time of ,of the officer

cause of these former disasters, not only to the his celebrated Circular, down to \that of the ,had lpP'rC88edrom_the' '. and; manifest no inclination to Come

'increased exertion of the Whigsand to theirartful ', ,to the serious business,of the sessionl.. 4A e democratic
I a .' The following an
present Letter of 'Apology,-- :an'nd no answering '.
of concealing, their political opinions t the" ;party are ,ready' ,and anxious 'to
policy chord in_the,hearts of the people pf Flo m ga1lantl&tder; :of
_ 1-- 41 but also to the .peculiar action of certain rida. We care not a. straw what,Mr. CABELL gipi nt')((Major J.oruigho;) I >meet, .the..issues, and /comVtoa directyotftajH.on

1u individuals throughout the State who claimed. supposed ,Mr. WINTHROP would do> jWe care [ (his,.regiment,:on the eve'of them. The co'untryexpecta:; andj.trji&*

rS and professed to be'members of the Democratic. not a rush about the conservatism of rthe'Whigparty ( Mexi,'by>"a'wound/which' th. t.the'ty' *
party.;.5It. was disclosed( Jby the last two, elections 'which' Mr. CABEuoffers as'his:tleadine' i f ofhlsarms.. The extract r t"ose.whoy 'wheri' 'oipporturiitjr! ,f.'i-rt.r"rt..h:"

% that they were merely nominal members. excuse sacrificing the interests of the Sout ,! **from j.v a j-.,gallant, o. *_ *soldier_ ;,Jv ,,:-to fuse; l pt b e'jbusia j. esor ihej pIeJand \-.

whose aim was offic, and whose ambition was' We deem it necessary only to look at Mr. WIN distinguished commander._.' virtually withhokBupplieoZ r'

,:' for'the spoils yet we'rejoiced to perceived 1 that : : Wa.rh'Unionl4th inst. "_'
THROPV positive -acts. Those which he has : : : .to afriendiE, a pri-, ? .
of the -. f n... -' 'f' ..' '
the Democratic phalanx people stodS. '. ,
yet '
; : done since, his election its Speaker are sufficient v ; : ,' -; 1.?- ;' ? :; 'i.- j.
'" fat t : '
.r ;
firm and .unyielding- readyand' willing for to
"- another contest,-and'"scorning the treachery \Vhi .'. His,first,official act, 'in which he : : L wasJshot. Wj&Twere.tiie I' : _.c' WA lIINGTOW.aD.'J1tJ., 6pK'RecairofGeri : ,
rep'reJsented bez
,c ; Ol tothe iL-Towson'stiU ..
which had neither injured their party'or"bejie- t1 city of Mexico.,
fitteif(& '1tori: "' "* his opinIons aixiformin'g'th 'co'mn: : tho. .:time* ,was w unded.- i i w Gei'Worthte havethecpranandfee l ,: j;;,
... tee territories.. :Of nine members a uimselif
on of which ;\with,on? of my i Ouroity.has'beeir of rumor5t6"dayTriiH"regara.'tb.thd
.- At the threshold. another year we are" therefore '- this is composed, six,are open and avowed_Wil- fl. '(iri their, charge upon.the sJ tePraffainTal'the seat of war.
eager for a contest which is probably more ; his wt cartridge,then i It was'said that GenTowhadeped wf
mot Proviso men,,,Of,these/six all are Whigs : *
_ momentous than;any which yetVgitated the'Siate. ; :to its.muzzle,land_,.waved;' Perote,. :id"tMt (Gen: 'Scbtfc wwsuspenIedj
\ but one: and the:five' Whigs are all from'thenonslaveholding'StaVes. ; ; WtailTanil Pilttws'JinU CbKJhuv
: .. And at this crisis behooves. ,man. : !it e, r wQrJ'rbein with General*
; ; every GIBPINGS' tJ1C ;anjid rthe call 4tf t be *Befort*
: .iand 1
.... lin"d, : i, \rfib i carnage v te'equally .
S of;the'people'. to: Temember..; bis'vital .personal. Other abolitionists wished to" obtain' a pleigefrom !! ..! n tO) say:there.are. CotLTVbfln nry" 'That-Gen..SeoWs recall u4 !

1- interest,in this election, that by.the_compliexion: him that if elected he would them the' ; $. whre cue;#o' {high jri first be D'-"de 'ermiriednponVth.en it-was re***, \
give '
d iu, )lifejhasiihua; and : Ji ,Vas/only BBspindeaHte' i
the Federal State Governments',his Ownl sidered'and-itha e I
of or
f n ."V" control of the..committee: Mr.'r WINTHEOP \ ,; ti &* 1 '
+t > 9 preferred the brilliant ppqt unity pf; trials -tv 9 ? ** :t- -> /? .
and .
rights, property honor, will be' immefe .:- toYorm"* rio bargain" i\i and'yeV_ the8. Com-' a His.brbj; so distinct a|itie,to; t;ariffidw w t- enabfed'iaglve: Ung: :
; : -11' *V" "* "/*T*l N f J *
a- jPmittee.w
dl&klr-eff.ctetL ) must consult the; will y t! gard 4. ;'brayest of the the Gen,
]ledgCd'tpthe.AYilmot..prqnsO "" facts 2t c .s e.. .Towson'has. riptl11?.
the' in: every 'pnrticu ar. r : j i ; .-, r/r- ,, ", i.. .... ;
off people : )Jelauit 1 The excuse Southern .Whig8for.i.up >orP ., '- .. Mexlcacarid"will, leaveGcn'Scott naY tlu|,
:' .. l. c ,,;t recaIIedto l Ali W
:- have(the.utmost .harmony.of action. :Every Mr. WINTHROP reschi'eejpk1aiiALvzEtOflareqtiestJopledge < :; day been; Washfrigton
masH adopted which can contribute' !lug : 'the":Slave ::2VSfej-: 'bM' has also b e n' sent fOfCjen.Worth'to be releas

_ <. thing .to 3Ir..., ;: : ,himself,. ( :theNeW YorkRva 'tliifit ed, (rini!#Sc-\1 e'' wilLcommand. with4thenkiLMa3or4leneriiI
to That the people shall not"bnlyvpte'for. -' ? t. M.' *' <*i & t It 11 .
success.: to"t e" nt o-wstS.rnG\joidS wr to 360 h hae' : ? .
i ....: ..J..k... .._ ,follnya. rse-'p !/
but select their candidates deem ; : S.'AJ for the slave twde.' ; ._ ... ..t
\ ra- : : i ,'. I. 4- ; ': l' .i-4---'c, ,
: MI piecht .W in.irW"t'1fl they have not. .. F"4." fr.' :. .!
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4.. dicsl 4Jmocracy. We should thereb ; dy;arrived'On\the'w esfc. $'
prmcilc ,._ tcentitch as 'to 1 4tOne '
to intpir* encic tiTi! ;. emDarkBd( !90ff slaves,5: i things-havejioU JU'aU r al

fore[. as; soon. at practicable' ,hold a:State. .[ .I..v n.1.. thing tftat.I could get vp for'theo'ccaswrthapc ; j' ,il : : ; brig r b-wW: Sea'Ldrk ,by* eai.cpfervariably 'said Vc orBee'Ute7 are i th I
: '" .uriJ. ; fl blr a p'OJt. rt I
ti n; ,4' her 'a"calm ; ;. '
: .. of plfdsffiof'dalafaionlw'pitrpose... .. .ougtodoo hi., 'w : during, '> ;;. .: tion.1'1! ;.' '
to iperceivethAt h snibJeciik.s' f. -uij, '! vi-"i '" #- CO"- vf .f. / : : 'P.t'c Y.f'fl 0. ,I. ; ., :
t We are hAppy ) .; : .. .'., t
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already' been considerably' .agitated; Thatthe; people of''Floridarmay' ; F. I ; .'Y r
____ lS emocratio ( understand' VT..in the' fc SenateonYed-" ] 'R i J" tf & :tt r'fl
desire.oftthe partyithasbeenresolyed ; "
I :., bjjAgeneral the viewft which'ZMr. CAKELt": Iw&'bT : oijHio < : -v Jut :. mine in.tIiiir hari lttectionat
.the.Mowing vhappy
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: hol&coieutouInime. ,
> to : .
: 'Speeches r. A' : *r :'Bed .
s jhprint jremakqthe follow.gentleman : ; : ul> i understand "h.iI.+ ; g'envaU1',
I ZIt '
# ,,: ; Th'FioridlaD>' roposei she': Lower' '' : / rsc-i--xi > tellectua1'h1gh1tfeI : ,
; dtatily.. 1i [ ) c5iia $r _djeaI6us., .
) n. cl J Q.I tteYy..f : Ja ter. nF -. ..4'. ..-\1o' '-, ,! ""4 "'. .
8prthppftho Swannee eM thi4ugust1neS 1 : &t r i" but !
'.' '' ','; ; duringtthe last sessionpf.Congress:5i >J.t.j: 'i .1"9 .. Hp-ff+T/m'u.'t' V .
: ; .time piece of metng, .l X W h Tiin 'ttme"t'a!ir'-JLl'i i1'at!e(T Lyi':T t*-r tiJ : : .. yetjfoT, the rIIf | :It is saidj.1flotu* hi stree 'Ji'f .eik ;
iic "
1 <: shxmld former.'as thiefbad' : : ra 4 iujjtYJjh.fff 'a i. aIJorS3'O,. -iD- "-,-.this;
*. ; -, -\\Ut ,we preferljthe TOryon thIs cipaa&al4'Vdealrotoaiiff : t,.,. '
m-* $&:' / ,* *4> ,r p5mt 5' t. ',J1.1 \ l -.;t ,$; J 1t: -; ,H; :-.r, : '!'. ...'i' i ml 4t f1 itt ., iiheii ,, .. 'cpJ.,9.J.tFftlftJ. JM1d-, ".-.. ,

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K e&DiEiCllyune Utte last:{ MARINE IKTELOGENCE. U.p.I-PLIe. < < :t.a' 'K.UCEi>..tr-d '"l f. j-; tt'c to", '.- r&+ .> ,

.1' J TiR FROK.mXIC : -'it. -r ". J i -- ._ -_ 1 B Y1irtqe. 14 .Jni' rd'1e t-ea !PE4J. RIDA1I1Q ,1I1ap1A 'PeD ,' 'r ,",,,., .-t"J'.' '..Jta..: '. E.k*WBrjv-.iI'. 't Jk

6 ver&arrivals lathe tiver from PORT OF C9 O VHitEJAHUAEy"28. ciut f. th SWet &thertct ioaof C8feptoyoadisstaifortttaV. : '}P .d_. '*dri'tf. J, W.i'I
.t'fk'were tli .teaui:; : for the Northern District: of}'lorid..ThereinDefenleiecluponandaltll ,' '11. 't p "t
'Crii'.esterday the bLest being : Folr.terns,,apply tcllJlirJkCDle .J"" : '
the f RTV1mn -, JbaialLBftteiiaiPkfiiitiff aid ComtEu* Taylor -t ;" Th 1 :
"CapL Jicker Wh1th left-on / at Paktka, or P. C Zy lstrss; SL'Angustlfie. :J3fcJr ,''
r, :'t1'7ke ,:; Wm. onthbfiht 'irt dl'. t ', : : i
Jan. GaSion I't
.I1Ched at Tathpica: :- 23d.4t1"fi ,l C. t r.'U'Q "ij tJL COI& '- f441
,!A un P'?"t intelligence by this: irritA Mendel 24 hours from Savannah, to Fernan- lIcmda i i ext.'f tife" .v 1St.A neJa.14ihUW8.i"' 2m.tt 1"_ : l T 1 LMt
? .
current t&eliounM -: and two; fciTdf ... .
: dez&Bisbee., p. 'tit. .
ouv rerj > v.ta' .
of iIi
-i ;*ist8 an which sl day ezosO.tnblio sal: mftonl of the Court 4NeUteofEteentor's:Sale. '' '.\
*** negotiations are on foot i26th-U ; Mat h "
thJt secret Ja&
from Savannah
from to'
ns Ferhrmdex "
r It comes: : &Bisbee.I '
:"" wace. .wellinformed. .. ',* right,.title sad ibterest;Vhich the said Cornell! VY-1odefthe 'J'JJdg ftf;Probates:of : th.', kJ,4ai:,,ofeountY '
and such as are usually .: l CLEARED,r ,_ 4375168 \ th -ofDt1".1'SbU'or'Flcri aat-; Jack? iteof; Beaten .P1av
:in ,
;ogr t6 give color to us Taylor1 had on the 10th of May,1843, and ; J' '
nothing very tangible jnerWm.' Gaston, XfendelL, sbnvilleV ill Eaid County aiid Bjate on Tuesdayj eT ; ; '
bjTe to the viz '
f. be1oW'.lUch.twcumstances as favor Sit iiah. ; following tracta of; :< : udt..r..l.ipt ,
but note wuch for the *. ',trctflalthe t3ohY.iueri1earqtke; thelstdftyofFebrttary J84eJlthe'person J il.&b.dq .
jt.;. rorour;iupression,e can only. was' very strong iz i-1! 28th.l-;: '.*Steamer"SL'MatthewB- "",", King"Sa' -."> mouthof aaif; iiTer!; cilled .the.Pjio.Tmd of property"of the'estate bOg KIn1eyudc ; .. : "t 1 *tpw !
such an .
nistinfJbfl$7abeinalennd femalefofdifferent y
t'that ltnd"mti1at in Duval Cbunty State of Florida Aa' .
'" 04..IIoUU'IUiIi "''lwU '
11&perAl Tiunp1C.the total loss of the brig ;ADIttllNISTRATO''NOTICE and ixrandod; on';the'3T rtA'.by the 8k John's ag1etef4corv, .Ibdder f\ tatoes, -, i ppl3., ...' ''; :, .' :.t
Tucker reports plantation tools-iUt..m. fco &C. Ttrms. ,
Capt. one ., 2 II. '
the for
tanning I
Istinstla She Biveri on by fihernanVCreeky
rtampco bar on the REB .Giyfe/that admins half cash the';baUhce in 'twelve ?n iitiswitlipersonl a' : -1
; .2IJ4
NbTrcEfis'H .
Gn vith the meanders .oft
lu_ with: ;of said Creek,to King's Roadj '
for j\
from Pe.s: Tampico i i tJ .estate of Eliia M: Crich- to be of the Probate < JriN:1UJ'T '
secnrity approved by
ps boud thence along f'said:road:io lands'of Lewis Mat- .' --.T >. ..d JCAt :1 :.;; ;
for tke.Gonrnment. ton was granted au the-29th'jQn&1847 the Judee of Dnval Cott tT.' J ;;
lumber by Madison CourtHouse
or ; 'on ;
tair I' .
rIO. were received at ; on the Wot by the St Jobn'triver1thence : 'r' : :. .
Icspatches Judge of Probate for the county 'Dnva State J't. ;J.oI'a'sAM..1 -
It I ppe&rs tbt o runningawith'the river to the place of 23d March.;. % I:. .. L"h" 2E
\of the 31st nit, by a courier of.Florida All : ,* & il
therefore OL1VEB .
the bigkt persons, having 'Section. JUaWlL
fen Ctu beginhinl.\.thitt; tract,.eontorm J1g to af; plat of / .' Township
Doyle the British Charge. They claims against id estate will''present them'to or.. Cxecutors.Jacksonville ., ,! V'VSJ
Mr. S.E'J..of23
from to this port by the brig survey made by Z. C. Gibbs, on file "in the Si: .. : T'4i; ; ;
espaUched the subscriber, within time prescribed by'.law : 'Dec. 3d 1847: : -* .
ere At ( several Johns' Circuit "t"utler. Decree of partition ::,8 j.t-r _. Z'Iii 't t ;
arrived here days r u'
Daring which which is.two years from the dale of administration sCJ'ohj; f3r: 'The Savannah Georgian and ;.Charleston7 .W"SOf2 '. '1'1 -'
l Court in : '
Clr1l"1' these ma< ( bythe : .
nethmg is known as to or they will be barredand thoseindebtedto ? ) CourieriwiH ; week till c'. i. dt'J( '
N ,
5nce. TJaongJi formed at Vera Cruz ,. 1827, and'ntahuiiig about,six hundred acres. ; COP1"onc a thbayof. ,. 't .At "- ...:, ... .
aph,Lke opinion were forwarded by a, Mid estate wiUJnak' payment'toA. Also,a'tr.ict'of land,kno'wxiai the Fork Tract- -arid sen'd1heiibillito'thli fiitf'j _u' U of,. .. 1, :. 'k It .. 1..$ .,111" .
thAt they Lc
.rom the f& instead of awaiting & steamer, Administrator.CRICHTON. bounded,on.the B utlb,: ;,: lands belonging',tJ : Tax. Collector's Sale ,> Xii Ferson :tH .
, ,cgseor 'trIl', Lewis Mattairon th West the Roddoathe AM..$ LjR's. !
, by King's the
.11\"erc of great consequence. Theyenaipedte Jacksonville, January"29th', 1848. 2ni' N i Monday eighth day May.nexty 17th March: .
was that the conclusion that ewaret ne- S North by .,the.rNprth.fork, of,SKerman7iiJCreek V ; D,1848, between the.usual hours of sale. 'M
! Ct on between Mr.Trist and !. SHERIFF'S SALE. ,. to,the month. thereof s and ,from ;;the on that day, will be sold for.the State and County T. aSB -3
! gOt s were goIng VIRTUE of mouth of said Creek to'the mouth of an Inlet.ofthe'eea TheE'ofNfl3, 1 I ,
commissioners under English aus- a writ of Fieri .Facias issued taxes,BO much of:the followingnamed tracts ,
; BY
thjlexic&n of our correspondents is confi- out of the Circuit Court of the Eastern about' one mile South'of the ,St.Johns1 of land as will.pay the same and all necessary ofSW3 ,ofl3i? ,"r, rI,,. '.. r2U

pices. Nay,one Saratoga brought over despatches Circuit of the State of Florida,.,for the Light House, andon( .theE st by the sea beach, expenses viz:.Lot No. 11; Sec. 31, Township.1, or14.. .J o. _
the 14 1 .
tiut ,
deJt Trist, for the Gsverntaeat at Wash- county pf Duval,'at November Term, 1846. I to,the place beginning, and/conforming to a i South,; Range iJ2 --and,Lot So. 6.. Sec. 32,. U :31..' ". rt. : rt 4

frol-\Li Mr.asVinir to have his powers reneed.Gen. willexpose to public sale.in front of the CourtHouse plat'of surrey,made,by Joshua A. Coffee, on file' I same Township and Range;-all whick is,:supposed cc N'i3:0.r '". 5L: :2p r'L:5: sl

irgtoD ML Governor of the city, has Had a ,in the Town Jacksonville,in said county -, int: Duval Circuit Court,under, a s decree.. of to belong to Simeon Rouse,and lies within 'E 34'ofN. W'3of : 2 ; 3. :
jsundertafldLng with the oguntamient on the first Monday in March next betweenthe partition of ,the Du.a1.pountYf}Court in, 1839;, the legal hours.of sale that the and confirmed by the Circuit .Court of the due the Above lands. cpsh _ia s ts
Jruiunidpal council, and consequently dissolved on day, undivided are on three annual instalments with interest *
; "tn7 4* p'
The documents are published at length, right, tItle and interest ,of Sarah Acosta in.two County of;;.uT8.J at the MayiTerm, 1847 tcpn'r THOS LEDWITH, 'va c 'Or. if -purchasers should 7t
it. interest our readers. A new certain tracts of land,, one lying and being taming aoootone: thousand seven hundred'and Ex-Offlcio Tax Collector D. C.. payullcasii any: be;i JWftr 4 '
KarJly flvepereentill deducts
but would installed. in the Mandarin Neighbourhood on which she sixt 'acres-reach tract being,a, part of the. Jacksonville, NOT.l2tl. 1847.Sheriffs tromthecrt1it'Instamentt, .: ?. .
fraud was promptly Mexican that now resides, the other at the head of Boggy Grant made by,the Spanish Government to Andrew : ,
in tho papers Lists of the tracts be
There is a story particular Can hado/
Bran h ,Dewees oh the 3rd day of .September Sale.
Julington.Creek both tracts ,
Anna had embarked at Acapulco for the ; containing applying to any of the Post Ma&fcrs in Benton jj .
Santa SOO acres more or less. The said in- 1791,and,confirmed,to his widow and heirs, on Sale in January. '
port of San Bias. The Monitor's correspondentJtates ( first Monday ) : or Marion county, or tltey will 'be fUfni&hed. If JjI1 .
the American Star of the 22 December terst of the saift Acosta in said tracts of land is the day of May, 1804-said tracts, include ""virtue of two writs of fieri facias issued applied' for by letter"p*sdiddd1
that, says the Government is much embarrassedfor levied upon, and will be sold at"the time abovementioned the town Hazzard, the steainsajuiilon the from the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court "THE STATE REGISTZB, AT tAtt4J :FJ. '

,want of resources. The State of Jalisco had to' satisfy an execution in, favor of beach, and. the.ecite. on which the St.Johns7 for the County of Duval, Eastern Circuit of JOHN BEARDj '1';,* ?

lot 'p aid the contingent Toted by the recent William Campbell. Property pointed out by Light House stands. Florida, wherein William B. Ross is plaintiff Public LandsoftheSate if.F/kL *mm*; ,*;
council of Governors. It had lost the'tobaccorent Plaintiffs Attorney. ROBERT? MYERS, Marshal, and Arthur Barney is defendant, I have levied Tallahassee NOT 1347. 3m Nor i--*
also,in giving unlimited] freedom in plan- THOM.*? LEDWITH, Sheriff D. C. By his Deputy, G. HuJtl"HJEn. upon and will expose for sale before the CourtHouse .1.1DISSOLtJTION. is-;

Gen. Scdtfe ordet of the 15th had arrival By A. W CRICHTON, D. S. U. S Marshal Offidt l door, in the Town of Jacksonville on .. 5':' IW'tiIHE

ting..and meeting of the Ministers was held inconseqnence. Jacksonville, Jun. 29th, 1848. 'St. Augustine. Sept. 17, 18.47., f Monday the third,day of January, 1848j'the ? COPARTNERSHIP heretofbre eziV '

there was considerable alarm N.. B.-The reservation of four acres, including following discribed property, to wit a Negro J_ tingundertheFzrinandstylofWright&Poinzet.t *

lest the Americans would go to Qneretaro to Columbia County SherifFs Sales. the Light House will first be offered for slave Catey, about'40 years of:age, and also a ,. is this day dissolved byiutaal.4on* j!

the city and families were beginning WILL BE SOLD on the first Monday in sale as above, and the remainder in separate Negro slave Paul a man about 35 years of age. sent. 4 L

occupy move ,Th ore was much talk ofpronunvjaanto A. D.. 1848, before the CourtHouse tracts, made known on the. day and at the placeof Levied upon, as the property of said defendant N. B. ,All claims' against'the Firm' will.be 1"W' 1

to aTT.iv.. but mri had taken place. The SnitaAnnaist in the Town of Alligator, within legal sale.. and to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri paid on presentaion to either,of the sabscribersj

( md Pnros were in full union and hours the following property) to wit: j T-The _above, sale is postponed until the and indebted.- ltpaJ up immtdiatdy.EDWARD .. : 1 4 '' ti

all in their against the Government A STEAM SAW MILL near Columbus, with first Monday in,December next. .NoT,5. facias.THOMAS LEDWITH, Sheriff, .WJUG ;: ,

vcre doing, and to- bring power about: a revolution.Their .- its engine,boilers, saw,.bands, machinery and Proceedings ,in this cause having been Duval County EGBERT-,P01Ni. TTu. t

utmost eff"rts'i'r2 directed towards de- appurtenances, and eighty acres of land upon 'stayed by the Court the sale of th'e.:above.advertised Jacksonville. November 26; 1847. Jacksonville}January,?,1848.. '.r .:'t,,; j

strfljingtlx' credit of the Government. which said mill stands, lying situated, and being property. is further postponed until n- The above sale is postponed until the first Administrators Notice' ,*" !

Lcffff California.-Advices from Mfizatlan in the county of Columbia, about two miles the first Monday in March next. Dec 17 Monday in February next. Jan 7, 1848 PERSONS having demands against tat-

late been received to the 30th ult. Tin 'guerrillas East South-East from the Town of Columbus, ALL of Ohm Baiter deceased,will hand! 4t3
Sheriff's Sale.
made attack the levied upon as the property (Hezekiah. A. girl ,or woman as a them to the subscriber attested in hs
mi'lcr Mijarcs, an upon WANTED, a negro virtue of a writ of fi. fa issued out of properly :,
Nash and,Merrick Barnes, to satisfy a writ of ervant for the year. Inquire BY time and all indeb
Cape (Lower California) and were completely : present the Superior Court for the District of East prescribed by laWj persona
and other Mexicans bean Fieri Facias, issued from Columbia Circuit "News Office." ted tb the said to m
rJtited-Mijarcs many at the of I will I Estate are requested Z4
Florida for the County Duval exposeto
in favor of Archibald IL .
killed. La ? further in the I> Court Cole, JamesB. Jacksonville 14th 1848. It immediate to e3
:, north cn- anuary in front of the"Court House in,the payment ;
public sale
Cole and George W.Col &c Hezekiah t
partners, vs. T.Oi HOLMES
iasalaras also the scene of a sanguinary con- Town of Jacksonville in said county, ,on the i ? f .v'a i
A. Nash and Murrick Barnes.
the ,under Pined Executors Sale. of 0 BAXTER DeceasedJacksonville .
fict guerrillas Capt. in October next between the :
first legal
Monday ,
l.t'O, THti 10th day of February next will be 1848.' .*
m1 the Americr.ns. The place was reduced to ,January 7j
THAT undivided third O' hours of sale on that day,a certain negro female
ALL ofan undivided
offered for sale at public Auction in the --
a wmbak-mts. The Mexicans were finally compiled fourth of those two sections of land lying,situ- city of St Augustine,the following slaves belonging slave called Chloe and her child George: taken ,813I ,BEW.SB. J ,. '.; 1.

to retire. There urc rumors of other en- ate and being in the county of Columbia East to the Estate.f the late VF.Perpall in execution as the property of Joseph B:Lancaster WILL GIVE the above, reward for the*pprehension j

*ttement5. but nothing to be relied on. Florida known as lot number five fractional deceased, to wit: Peter, Richard, Polonia and ,to satisfy an execution THOS.in LEDWITH.favor of Gould. and delivery to say jail ota/' j m
section twenty-four, tuwnship number one, Susan. B A.PUTNAM Banks & Co. negro slave Charles, who escaped -Oft the morning >#%
range number eleven, containing one hundredand S.P. ANDERSdN. Aug 27, 1847. Sheriff, &e. of the 4th lust, from the .Duval county M%&

Erptnsirc. The expenses of the Fremont eighteen acres; and lot number six town. January 21, 1848., Executrix. Jjr: .The above 'sale has been postponed to jail at: Jacksonville. ,Said negro is of Hack*
court martial will cost the conntry 100000. ship and range asabove, containing one hundred i the let Monday in November, Oct.8 complexion about 5 feel S or 9 inches in height Is

What folly. _ _ and fifty thre.acres ; also all those lots SaJe I rr The above sale is postponed until the and about 25 years of age ,/lt,7 :.j 4 -
of land in the town of Colunbus, viz.lo number Orange Bluff for first Monday December next. Nov 5 DAlilEL-BVBLOt4 _

The papers in the interior of Mexico (says the forty-eight,lying situate and being between I t A FARM, consisting of 640 acres situated I3r: The above sale is postponed until the Marion ecruafrf'Tla.Jacksonvaie .. m
Delta.) arc discussing pro and corn, annexationto Broadway ana Cypress streets and between c. 'ion. the St. Mary's River, .Nassau first Monday in January next. Dec 10 Jan. i4th.1848. -

the United States. Those who favor the fourth and.fifth streets, fronting on Broadwayone I county, tw nty.five miles by land above, the nThe above sale is postponed until the first

measure ll'a accused of high treason by their hundred and ten feet, and running back to town of St. Marys. There arepon.the premises Monday in February;next. Jan 7,.1848 NEW. AND CHEAP MONTHLY' PUBUCA' i

antagonists. Cypress streefone hundred and fifty feet; lot a new :framed dwelling house, of seven Alacliua County ShettJ 's Sale. flON&: ;, ( ,0y sr
I with closets and other conveniences on Only One'Dollar a ..Year.To .
thirty-five, lying und being between rooms, issued
'virtue of writ of Fieri Facias
a !
iLls your horse fat?"* inquired a man of a Pine and Magnolia streets, and between second the Northern plan. Also a hew kitchen store BY out of the Superior Court for the Countiesof commence in October:nextj and to be issue*?

Vermont hors -Jcl1cr.C Beats all creation. and third streets, fronting on Pine street room, carriage house,workshop, &&,all in complete Alachua and Levy, I will expose, to Public regularly thereafter on or about the nifieesUrOf .re .0

hood bottom Hess all bottom. Why I one hundred and ten feet, and running back to repair, having been built about one year Salt in front of the Court House, in the Town every month. .' f' J 9OD''V.

drove him so far in one day that it took two Magnolia street, one hundred and fifty feet;- since. There arc about 30 acres df kind under of Newnansville in said County; on thd first 0

days to get him back again!" Lot number six in the present plat of said Town improvement. The dwelling is pleasantly located Monday in February next between the legal .8. : __

but comprising in the original pLm lot number on the bank of the river,having a fine water hours of sale on that day:. A Negro boy slave EErCBLICATION. OF,THE. TWO, .oST'1"01'm.AJL WOKXSv
The Marltitnc World.-By a statement of the four, lying on the Eastern bank of the Suwan- view In front of it, are"19 bearing orange named Scipio; Levied.upon as. the propertyof '- *'' fJj,

Bzcretary of the New vork Seaman's Friend ,nee,river, and fronting on said river fifty feet trees (besides others younger,) from which a ; Alexander B. Sanchez, to 'satisfy said writ .B.CKWOOD' IDFS4 MAQ&HEaAnd ,

SocIety.-it appears their are 200,000 seamen and running back one hundred feet; sari Lot crop of 8000 oranges was taken the present sea-', with interest and costs thereon in favor of Jabez Gazette of theTashipnableWridjf 1'

engagea in the various ports of the United number five,, being western half of said lot, son. Around it on either side are apple and G.. ?. Property pointed out by the.Defen- ALSO : '

States-..100,000 in the U. States and Great Britain fronting on said river twenty-five feet and run- peach. trees. dant. "- WSL GIBBONS, Sheriff.Newnansville THE LONDON WORLD :OF'F ONrl"'l:

and dependencies, and aver 2,000.000,lutwling ning back one hundred feet; also Lot numberfive The health of this location is unsurpassed by January,7,1848. StAlacliua And Continental ill t n*., j'"
watermen, here and elsewhere, in the being Eastern half of said lot, fronting on any in.the state. Opp site the house is the best > .The Price of hich:two., Works in'England U LWit.
said river feet and back shad the river ,In 'short the place SherifPs Sale. '
commercial world.A twenty-five running fi.'Ihep'.on County $12 a year. 1 -' i.c3.
one hundred feet; and Lot number six fronting affords to a gentleman wishing' to make this BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias,issued C-As; epublShfed'b> the' bsrib' the m j

ou said river fifty feet, running back one country a. winter.,permanent residence, a from the circuit court of the Eastern Circuit will cost. only SI ary s' -, w
good man was lately attempting the conversation hundred feet together with all and singular rare chance. Terms low. of Florida,.in and for the County of'Duval .; ,0. l. .. .

of a fellow in prison, who had shown buildings on said lots. Known in the pre Apply B. P..CUTTER Esq., Wood's Hotel -. in said State, directed to all and every the Sher. BLACKVOOD'&LAD178 MAGAZi'1 1
signs which were considered hopeful. After a said lot Jacksonville Fin or to Rev. A. H. HAND iffs of said State wherein Robert ExecutOr .
sent plat of town as number six, with ., Brown XND"GAZETTE dF TflE FASHicwABtJc 'WOZD-.. .
suitable opening, the instructor, whising to. Woodstock Mills Nassau Fla. is ] and Moses S., "
all the appurtenances thereto appertaining, .county, of Jehu Mizell Plaintiff For Town and Count fy-' -oed to: SeUti ;
m&kehis teachings appropriate, said, What buildings comprising a dwelling house forty December'17.847': 2m Hyams and Georg M.. Galpin are defendants.I Letters .
brol1ghtyoa hcre. friend ?" aTwosheriffs' Music, Fine Arts, Fashions Qt. j
my feet square, two stories high, a store once occu- have levied' upon, and will expose for sale on well-known in Ettr e1mil't1
said the catchumen. Ahem I; yes-but J mean pied by Loud and Sadler on the lower floor 11111.bo".Kb Tax Collector' 8ml. the first Monday in February next at.the CourtHouse '
-:13ad: intemperance. any thing (to.do with your with piazzas above and below, also a building, BY the power:inVested in'me by law, I shall. in the Town of Newnansville, in the has country induced Ulackwood's the"sultscriher.to Edinburg'Magarinej' '

Misfortune 7" Ties," said, the convict meekly, used as a warehouse fronting the river, seventy expose for Public' sale,'on' the' first Monday County of Alachua. ,in said State,between the of this fashionable commeacfl London the republication <
"they were both drunk." five feet. in: length, by thirty feet in depth,. in February next 'before' the Court; House usual hours of sale on that day: .A certain It is matter of ae.tJia.t republioir*
twelve feet between floors and out buildings, door,in the town Tampa, between the usual Lot of land,in the Town of N Newnansville with of this work was not commeacea;.' '
hours of the following described :
A Palpable' Hit.-A Boston, paper gives the kitchen, smokehouse stable, &c. Also the sale premises, a good dwellinghouse, kitchen and other outhouses years since., On looking'over some ofLtbeJattnumbers
to wjt : The north east quarter of ((18)) the of M. Gal-
South-East range thereon property George
of the North.
quarter EiL'It'quartet. : '
following authentic anecdote of a certain mar- we find them filled with Storier And
individual in that city whols luxuriating, section nineteen and the South-West quarterof eighteen, Township ((34)) thirty f url Section pin, to satisfy said writ and.interest and costs, P etTy'Bnd'NmatiTPJr.tbe most Which fiiEbutlinle .
the West side of theManatee
((18)) eighteen, lying on Sheriff.
on the hard times at the rate of three per cent the North-East quarter of section nineteen River bounded'oh the'north lands' thereon.1 behind ,those published:in'the Edin.j 4i'
a month for Township Range twelve. South and East by own Newnansville-January 7,1848.'_5t ,Work and .
his money. He took -a trip by one ed south by.1ands'ownea burg many'surpass even tile esaaa '
by Major by'
Hail Road the other day and seated himself at containing seventy nine S.Q-100 acres; Also Col Reid and Gamblej M. Lcdwith 'east 'by'the'Manatee LIST,. 01'' ETTEBS.KEMAINING tionsffrom! the Giant intelleeta of the contrihft* YA '

taevery rear end if the train, because,.he said, West half of North-West quarter,section nineteen River west by public' l&, Levied as : ,in the Post Office'at'Jackson ton to the'great Northern Magarine.: 'The best ..
tht of 'Township and Range as ,containing upon if riot taken out within three. writers-
use his money was worth something while above Win.1 R. his of the day contribute to Ja'a
the of to
property Craig; satisfy ,taxes ; '
tie conductor was comming throughthe cars.. seventy nine.81-100 acres, also the,South*: and all'costs and charges arising.thereon. months"Vlll' be' sent_'t,<.5.1 lie 'dead-letter" 1"office.! at". It has now. been ptiblished Ontcen- .- .
-- West quarter of South-East. quarter of section Sheriff Washington. .. in London.' andhas' -circula&tn e'e'e'dJg j
---- township and range as above. containing thirty :! mnd 30HK4PABKEB. officio.Tax; Collector., A: .11! 70 600.copies: through" .England, Scotland, Ireland
ODITv'_ n1t. nine 90-100 of the Andrews !'WDL'S' 3'Acker and continent
acres seventy-five acres a Hillsbqrq'co Nov..26 '47l; !3insTaxOolIettor' McNeillChasLJ ; ; of Earbpeirrlt ia terns 41.
Died at his residence, m Alligator, 'Columbia bove lands being under cultivation; .Also the _Tampa, ,. ,Jan. McNem.1Int Martha1', latea into several of.the continental languages .1

C ityFla,Saturday 15th.January,".. 1848.painful interest of Loud-and Sadler in a certain bridge t '- 4, ". '' / Alexander,'Achd.S 'cMoutforVWard & Co' < 2 -it beiugtheonly-instanceoban English .

&a illness, Captain JACOB SUM across,the Suwannee River, connecting Columbia Sale0N 4f5 c Moody ron Magazine receiving..L'. .compliinentr.The 1T4
izaLl ,aged 'j6 years and Madison"i counties, said interest being 1 Jlonday.thejth daypf February next, Burnham, Benj.lIcQueen Ann 2 publication WIll cotomrade'lh October'ne ,
) undivided but estimated,at! one'J half or.one -I (1848)))between the! nsualhoursjzale'on Bailey,Capt'F I' McQueen, Jane ; "and wHl'be'continued nJontily.'i a %T' .
I coMLrIa&xaD.J third of said .bridge;levied upon The dispensation of Divine Providence has ;CountyTaxe8 s muchpf the following named J' '. .. .
; ,
of John W. C.Loud and Henry R.Sadler, Briggs Redden' N. : *: Lotld'J1, S6. .t 1\-.11111" ytt
kght.w 'and moutning tr/Jiind'undin.- junior, by .virtue'of two executions issued from :tracts of Land'as;will pay.the same and all nercessary C.' .' "> -.. "n' _, ":-- "._:zjy ". l't ( '

ing.toJLntonior Alvarez jJ50 acres belonging to" ; .,, ,", p- 1 ,
but hope closure of mortgage'one in favor of Robert -JL CatheriroodjSamtC 'O '- ,. Ami L'O ".l'J
and gladneiffr as a'husband and pa- ,Lewis, 'vs., Loud and Sadler,and 'one in favor 5;James A.Bardin.500; acres belonging \1 CaulkV.Miss LA;- Oak Calvin. c.'.'.. A Monthly'Publication of the Coxrtt:of Lends* .

rflthew!amIable and( exemlar. in.those of Josiah E. Baisden,vs.;-Loud and Sadler. ';Mary.;Ann Davis;,83.acres belonging Samuel fr P :: "i ':Paris;'Deducted LeiA,!.

rebtiona lie will ever be mourned by an affectionate ALSO, '. Grimski' ;'340 acres returned by Daniel S.Gardr DeCottes,MwU A 2. *.PollardJacob'0Dillonj .ttitma1J; :-u1U ".pD1i-! tr '
wif THAT CERTAIN tract of land- situated ;liner; 4000 aCre_belonging.to,Moses E.tLevy; Jane H : %* .11 '
fclirge-circle l of children and or parcel 3'.Po1erlC8eph : iArttjtht,OpcTasj'.Teatntf e/ < c f,>.. ;r.t 3 US_
1 in Columbia county1LI1.diknow"uLotnumber :and 31 acres returned by Chas. 'J. Schoenheist, ;,;\:(;. ";Pond'Er mUlA'2: Edited by several, Library,and:FCharactew. : N
cordiality'of mlSrers; hud sir of'fractional section JaeTell Township |as agent for chUd.-'All-which"" land. iswfthincounty DisW; .. > :J ': iPennyRev."Johri' .: > ,": jr_" .'niu1 j

CI ;,d iti011' '" i''"--.,i! -
1f hich.1. c r id. ... '- ninety-seven acres.le vied upon as.theprofteivty i rl-:1I', '''5il THOSl, : WITH < ,. Goody ear,Fulton: "- iReynolds/Toplear'{ .: Gossip London,'Paris)and thepriiiciMlmyea
tr D'CJJi
of the esta.teofThor uuJ A-Hallidoy; deceased, .1 so 5j5iiofticid Tax Collector. /: Geiger Eliza. EichardFrancis, :..t.Gra1t of the Continent Europe. :Royal-Gosdp H

.P Samwerlinwas'pne'amongst.thefirst! satisfy a.judgment Tendered: in the Circuit', f" ';Jacks.nviiIetNerv. ;[5th i 1847.::. .,L< /. ASty si';T{ ;Richardson,,James, ; '- Description of the.tTe Drawing Par ____ _
settle of.Co1umbia. C untyimcl; has always nrt for ..A1achu and ,Levy counties, in favor: I .J ** .".\0't $ : :tieswiflr accurate.siccounts fte dret .4 4

OCCUpitd a r prominent'position'. .iJ o g1ii fel10Y James Bradley oextfriend George W.Bradley I; jr jcne 85'8iiic.'- BoUoreDC pt.'R'2 .'Sawyer'Chii-W:;- the Ladies{Bank-NobJemm'.IF-'Di _-.
.Ul,e., : : B.Bennett MvDelL administrator of Thonv loD": i ie'8th r f y n 1/1848)) 0>HearnIoshua, '.r : prmF,Georgia::\ : ;cription'of every';New.Opoa with criticims of 4 _
Ub.se"d with credit on severalortEQs : deceased. .' < r<,' the 'W ., Scott Johri :' : !". the Pertbrm '
that John
as Halliday,1 : : I Vf, between jnsual:hours]of sale on Hill, Capt t : I : Tale by the beetEnliah
s-Captain! :otVo1unters. during; A, -THOMAS BFITZPATRICKaj.January ] day,' Will14.fobe.Staied County day,Seyaore-''' Summcrall.. Rich.J .: vAuthors,Poetryr':;:Ne rr JIa., _.

z'between'our'sovernna, t.n1 1 e" '. 848,* V > lD 'SheriffLLf /-"'*.* Taxes, somucli'of' thefollpwing'tnamed tracts. Hoffam tM ha "V SWddad,Lewis B :jesiy'tTiat )diffCTeniW. "*eiflee _
j .- :1 : m'pay the sane'and.all ne M sssrtoipen1evlzt2S ,,. ,'... Stokes Jas.B' !tioaT fN ..Pftjnting thjt.-Tij ': _
joflindjfti Heaftly/,0eo.f. .
1 1fldansjand! has b more than once' ; _;. .'- : .. .' ..._..v-.t._#. _
| aeres'bf land on he St.John'* Higgiubqtham"; ': t :10'1:# iE3ftisonijL .
? a sejid ie : oe- L' .
in IM1te
Florid &&reVof 61 t % '
the , :bo.\\1Jr, 1 whict\ ll eL;'officiated.ictea'famiiyi .- ,.: Persons iia ingiclaims:gainst'!the Es-J pongingto the estate Waters SmithjlSOJi"acres- "' rKi m: ft-t.i sTQnse4 Mrxey.. '|Londoniai&fltVfer -ifJ' .t- '' _
: arc tendered our warm- A.I tate of Archibald Hogans, lateof Colura-': [of land belonging to E.Pohl&'Bon;1390ftcresbeacresbehmging Kingsley! Mrs..Geo. ".s4y'rfefK-jp?.e**.*'.; i w" '4' .:;i'tr :

cethYetsined.ka i thierthebfereav) &mlnfwhichMay bin County, ,decease,are'h < 1 J notifi to jIon..ht..tnt bi wT r- ICing, C $.N _Winpte Ed1FU,Ilo .7'.. Terms' .01. 3 -
r,, prcseritthe sama within two years, or this notice -ag1t1O O cN g, 1 l'ohJ&' 4LT" ..W ':'Wbiteber-John .of" a rear. 1D ia .'? "."j' >
'HE :kU91I5edtOccf will be pleaded in bar lof thei wcbVeryj wad', rnturP.e4 ..r.l..Jtb1g"- f: d345b er&t 9,1f00. ?J.6't''t' .AU Crde1I1it be :.to. ,;,'

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CILI.rP:1 wit'hauna: < other crimes. '18ISsiPPl1t j'NESSEE' .'LfJJ D.4f nIAti1 i:f 11: 'j.i'jjAtetitL' ; 6r..o ., .:1/... .,',_. Loc Oefld JI eh" ot&t.-E
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t first of Mai it, d 1 : oif'b1ieied to.be in 'LLOW-ME to call your attention to one or.t1. !. 1t.i'.bu,,: ;, J/ ;Ij::_. .r r1li&bi..4 .t, ,'t'f. ,f.," ..,c rf' the dayappo&jpubUcLMebIi: t_ :
: list noriJi.8&tdEuban8. I; : the: greatestand. !most 'iisefulmedidnesever ;mm JxJJ'UlD SQN,;< QLjmm l' .. L "c tj" .'.':' -, ,- ._ '. g4 ta
; 1&bo1t26 or 28 years of age, "dis It is DOt pyf.ntentwi Jto *" 4 H.f JET. SIPTb-i LiE & S' Nr..J i ... '' Claimed i henrlse e _t.
oyered.r .
1' TiflNkDArES'
+ ) theaa&ThOad ct heshi1ders, yott.irithTa.long'voA;: { tir- me"adyerisenttntibut .t't1I'l )-91h\r; tn: u'rI! "I1'f SQWAItEEQVB .J: ""m14. ntTu!::,PUESmE4T.q .- J. RlOHAI1DJ YOUHt'f .
i 'OqupytJipaciqiis.- ,
outsfeei 1itIht, Oradjhafr ; the stimoy.ohe' strespectable .'L ;.
I.laybefore you -4 LiiJ
xiori p2jWw1gch
;P. ;
t \4bu'M ito ?ae-ro. a cinpI. families in,the?United States,mo? iofthe .qt Qw e }!tj9Pr fj4 In'.pursuancOorili'I'JAMES: K. BO'Yember,6.847_ 13f. ''
thi8 .
; .
; 'simff sndlueeyescbmp1a1ns .J' J
11ht VRM.'a.n" .WKI.!. cottgu.. th8t.causca hoarseness of whereIreside my certificates. .and manyfroni frpmthe, city :ojjpa&ivaniv3J Statej'I. S:44.c: M. !bi.H' ;uhoftj.fHfii! P0 r..Kt.Pi s deor th i ii fSt tes : JJie. lc 1irt.;! : --of .
leel t dw h ei'inthisneighborITood : your n14"If.PAI 'AES.. ofAmericac1o.hereby cJar and make '
dresses where the Medicine.is sedyith geaii4|astonishing'success' PtRrlN'.CE JIj '" : Cizcvir 1.O .L .Ir ,
himself off'as'a Cumberland Pres- ; i I '&afl, ( -.P*. t; !- known'r that ''sales will .
t pissed ;it has proyecl itself to be.s >7ii'.i nlj" public .be held ':, .r 'J' ..WlBlA' ,couin,. "
: 1p me..lg.J
.1 )
bytenan Preacher-she. professed: to belong parlor to lmy..othr<;f'Medicine ,fortheBureiiFever ; ;( 9 Z One Thousaad 7:"" Packages,' undermentioned., liandjOfficeaittKereinafyeYiw Sarah.Hunter, ,?' : -'
to the Odd Fellow* Society; From the account X.! ftr) ol'- 'iva.: '
and Ague which.itiiI l-do.inthe.ei7 th'e Sr 'oFonwi -
: given us th '*aH Eub s was arrested near short_space. of Twelve, orjt: .Jmsi,.never been{ Embradngi'soma ;THOUSAND of* different ; : ;.at tLe paerioda. :EBjahjHnnter: 1 Bi'torDl .

p Tampa Bay*:in East Florida, Tpr his misconduct known' tofailto f effect .a. .certain cure.. .T1ieMedicine patterns; "na loringgr.ahd-comprising ever" -.." l1tIQ e t wiE, r JTh:: ng been made to:aeaj0;
: "
passed1 himself for J.RoberittL'hV'waV ;desir ble'J int'the f:1inb1iFOREIG N,7 and thanaffia8TAUGUSTINE
: endhe is a harmless,'and, /tasteless one, thing g (At commencing ;,ot.the Courtthit
p bught'tdMontgotheq[ by the DOMESTICS !d .h 't( \H J.lt IJ i the seventh February theDefendant: the .
which,will make it the most popular Medicinein on Monday, day.of -, above
Sheriff of Bentpn County Florida, upon theopposition the Southern, Stit s. The Medicine contains tAIl of whi htal'e'offeridt ra1efor! cash or next for:,the disposal ,of the; public lands 'aides out of the State of namecl.and

rthat' he'was Jesse'Roberson, who no mineral preparation whatever but is a i satisfactory credit' the:LOWEST. P1tICJS. within the'und! ,townships,and.partoftowmhips'T1 jurisdiction* Conxt, 'On tio
with 'mnd'who broke jail the" & *lit (f1 A 4tfrfi HJ ;S v forgery My
was charged ; .. gtonL, Ire
harmless Vegetable matter only. .(Tor Planter8, : ,_ ; .Esql",; SOlidtor tor
I' in Montgomery last spring; but he'proved thisfedicineis.avaluablejpreparati9nas. ; it ,"r PIECE. *OR PACKAGE.ailrf; : South 'of the'base: line and lIZit'Mpri1Ici l plaiIWltJ u..',,

mot to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: I cures.aU cases in!,twelve: ,hours,.and..doeaj not New-"-Styles-* --* ;Sire* rece1ved'sbnpsteyery-v day' ,'i'-. .'... fJ snei4zan. .; It I,(hllerltl That the said, : Elijah 1

and we have reas6n to believe he will make: his require any time..to, be lostallthatsistobe; and"many'" of:thera'are'gbt.up'for our.. ',own' ,sales, Fractional township twenty of range thirty- 1 required to appear and answer the ic
i way towards East Florida, as his health is such : done is to take the Medicine and to go to work. and.no to'bf, n rid.f ls "her : 1 j: one. ants bill o1 complain; within tO 'JDon

as to'induce him to make' his. way. toa." more To the Rice Planter it tlvaluable Medicine, v' dlists'. tp' ij'c' corrected'r from. Townships.fifty-six: '(except section six, sev- Dhorceptl cojs will be taken. trj

Sbuth'ern'circuit. SMITE as it does not contain any mercurial or mineral d:"day/wltK'eteryTariationin'the'. yen, eighteen, nineteen, thirty;and thirty-one,) .A1Ul.Irntkn Ordered,-,Tbt a.cap .
: j SAMUEL S. s preparation whatever, and is therefore a safe .!placed in i the.hands of buyers.;'*f, ifi v'V '* '* and fift1-e ve.n;'and sections. one,two, three Order duly cerlifiedb the C1 rk'otWSc.1tt

3-*- THOMAS J. SMITH.. Medicine for those who are liable to ..exposure.I 'Mercb nt 'Win'be"1 able rtii form'som idea5 of four,five,six, seven?'eight iiine,tenf eleven, fi: 'be published in 1eNewap perprlate
0.- beg you, do not let me have to.tax you so the extent and/''fmet ''of o:'ass ttment 'h'n' teen, seventeen eighteen, ,nineteen, twenty, the Eastern Circuit :of Florida : '
C&aba, Ala, Sept ;'1847, .NOT 26 'It. state usual s.i6ck"of : dtwen in for "_
often with advertisements, certificates, &c. we thatthe value"of our two, township fifty.eightofrange consecutively four months. .
i I, has already proved:itself to be what I say it is,' thiS; 'Ni AKTidiJBj?is at:leJBt twice ,the'value of thirty-eight. THO.DOUG l, ,

.: In Circuit Court, -. and the greatest proof is-, every body is recommending the:entire!Js toCk oTf dijgOGdS..ti8 kept,by Townships fifty-five,fifty-six, (except section Clerks.OfficeCircmt Covrtr "

.ASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. it to be the only certain and speedy our- largest wholesale"jobbers: ;TbJs fact together one) and f.y- even, (except sections twenty- hnnMa' .1'C

COLUMBIA COUNTY,TO.wire cure for the Fever and Agu All you have to. with the fact', that'ou'r: iheans:''and'our five .tvrenty-six, twenty-seven-- twenty-eight,' BTarao SCAMOROUOBV Clerk e'

n, : December Term, 1847. do.is to ask your neighbor what he .thinks of attention, instead of being'divided among' a;vastvariety. twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one/ thirty-two: do hereby certify.the above to b& tn

f .;Isaac onP P. Hardee and R bert 1 Humphreys' Remedy for"Fever-and Ague;and ,of rticl '':are devoted wholly"to, ONE thirty-three;thirty-four,thirty-five and thirty- ofan Orderdwy made and enteredot'ReeOf1 tot7

H. Hardee. merchants and part- Attachment: of courSe to be convinced, you will try it, at will render the advantages,wichweca 'offert six,) of range thirty-nine. in the above entitled cause,'on;th

ners; ,trading under the name, Sum sworn to, least I hope so.. Here is my offer to any Planter 'dealers'p rteCtl l'obvious\;'andUitls1 a1l be "'Sections one,two, three,four, five,six twelve, October A.,D.J847... .. claj_ "it

I style and firm of L P. & R. K $154 06 of South Carolina, who will either call on Doct our care that"none who'visit our establishment. thirteen, twenty-four, and twenty-five town- In WITNESS WHEREor.: 'I' 'Eere

1'J1 ., Bond filed for P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C7l or myself in shall meet.with'any disappointmentl ship fifty-five, and fractional township fifty-six, .tosetPn3Y.handlandcansedlthilealof"

I. : ) : va .,$30S. 12 the city of Savannah, and either of us will give Our.'assortment' 'is complete at all'seasons of. (except sections two, three,four, five,*ana six) [L S.] aimex

: f .? {jNickabud.Raulerson.. 'J enough for twelve cases and if it does not cure the yea*; tj ;LEElf JUDSQN"'&; LEE. on "Bi.scayno'BaYl'of range. forty. 25th day of OctoberTD: ?;.d_ Wi

: mHE.Defend and all others interested are ten out of the twelve, we will refund the amount :'P. S.-B.F., LEE, foizn'erljti'! : : ('firm ofLeri Fractional wnship fifty-five.; on Biscayne s.SCARBOROUGH.Oct.29 .,Cittk.-

JLV h ieby'notified .of commencement ofthe paid for it. You are to see Medicine taken &Lees;and'late seniortartner! 'original Bay," of range fortyone.At ... i 4ua' ,I

L above entitled suit by attachment, returnable as I have directed. firm'of Lee &'Brewsteryfrom whichcdnlection / the Land Office at NEWNANSVILtE, '

:: to.the December Term,of said Court, to wit: Owing to the heavy rains during-the past withdrew" ,,some tune agoy'has reSumed commencing on Monday, the twenty-first day of State To of' Florida:!Duvnl COij 1h
.\ the'hirdMonday in December next and arerequired summer, and which still continue,, allthe:: lowlands business 'in connection W1tJ' 'Messrs. Lee & February next, for the disposal of the public' WIT: To.iii. TO WHOM'GKEETWO..
; to appear and plead to the declaration are under water, which will cause a great Judson, and 'assures'his friends' that the new lands within the nd rmentioned townships and I1IAI.LrCOME, : ..

.: therein. filed according to law. deal of this disease on the Rice.Plantati ns: it concern shall :.have the'sariie .pre-eminence in parts of townships,vii: Vr IXTIJEREAS If Ephrairn. Tay1orbus, ppije4"

:- ,i -; j' "> W.lit WEB,Plaintiff's Attorney. will be to your advantage to procure a certain this branch, oft trade) which: forAerly.'distinjuished South of the base line and east of the principalmeridian. to tkLs Court for Letters of,Admi ,
.'Alligator,'E. F, :July 30th, 1847. 4m and speedy remedy; you can do so by. applyingto :the"other, two houses'to.whieh he be, and ringularj the Goods Chatte4
either of my ,Agents
: NOTICE. HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND range nineteen. county,deceased,who died Intestate.. ,Ti*
"' LLPersons directly or indirectly interested AGUE. a A:T a:Term of the Circuit'Court of the East- Townships twenty-one, (except sections one therefore to citeand admonish all and_ fa.

I 11: 'are'hereby notified by the undersigned, The Medicine is, for sale by. the following :.em Circuit of Florida held at the CourtHonsein twelVe thirteen, fourteen, twenty-three, twen and tilar;the next ofkiri, of aid deceased

: than conformity with an Act of the Legisla- named gentlemen, who are the only agents for' Jacksonville on Tuesdaith sixteenth ty-four, and, twenty-five,) and twenty-two, of otherpartiea in interest, to shoVcauwS.
:; ture' Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit day of November,'in'the:year of pur Lord, one range twenty fore me 'Within the time prescribed by U?

: the re-establishment of the Records of the Coun- will be found either at wholesale or retail. thousand eight. hundred. and forty,seven; Townships twenty-two and twenty three of why said application. should not be craW
ty of Columbia, and for other purposes," appro- Country merchants will make a handsome profit .Present:'' t range twemty-one. Letters ,of Administration is.aAvs

: : fed January <6th, J847, she. has filed in the by selling this medicine. A liberal discount :[The:Honorable GEOEGE W.'.McRAE. Judge. Townships twenty-two and twenty-three, of said, will isSue from this Court'to said Ei>hrim

Clerk's Office of the District Court for said made to Planters, &&.by the dozen.. .Address' Henry"'Bennett, )' :, j' range twentytwo.At Taylor.. '

County, a paper writing, purporting to be a W. HUMPHREYS, Jr., vs. > Bill for Divorce. the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, commencing WITNESS, my ,name and'seal of Court

: d., eopy.of a schedule of her property owned and Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, Nancy Bennett. ). >" -. :_ on Mdnday, the seventh day of Feb [L. S.] this 28th day of December t, A.D. IsS

held at the time of her marriage with John W. Medicines Chemicals Perfumery, : ': IT'appearing'to the satisfaction of the fourt ruary.next, for the disposal of the public lands Jacksonville, County aforesaid.

a. Powers, and filed in accordance with a Law of SAVANNAH, (l. from affidavit filed, that.the- Defendant in the within the undermentioned townships and partsof W3I.F.,CRABTBEE,

: the Legislative Council of Florida, approved above entitled cause resid fdthoutthe State townships,'viz: LET Judge Probate, DUYal County;:

: c March:6th, 1S45, entitled cAn Act to secure THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A of Florida and ,beyond the jurisdiction of this South of the base line and nest of the principal week the for six above weeks"Citation"in be published CDCt

certain rights women." Court, on motion"of said'Complainant: James meridian. some Newspaper pn>
L t And also a paper writing purporting to be a OOUTHERNERS following is from Bryant, Esq., his Solicitor,' Fractional township two,northeast Forbes's in this conaty.ia if any, if not/in some NW. !
the last will and testament of Henry V. my of paper printed some adjoining county or State.
; copy of C3 Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- It.is Ordered;, That sslid' D rendant.app m" grant, range one.
., late of said' The original having Fractional northeast Forbes-'s Wl p'CRABTREE _
: Bllis, county. -yule S. c. and answer said Bill Complaint within r township one
z been destroyed by fire on the first day of November will grant of two. Judge of Probate,DC'Jacksonville
'r Mr William Humphreys Jr months, or the same. : be taken. as confessed range
1846, the introduction of said copies ; against her. Fractional sections three, four. nine. ten. Dec..31st, 1847. 6w
; Sir: I hand to you the certificate of)Mr. E.C.: ;
tmade\ for the purpose of perpetuating the objects Watts, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and And'ii fflrt he'.drdered, That a copy of this fourteen)and fifteen, in a former Indian reServe, Administrator's Notice. -

Ji of the.original papers. Ague; he is a man of integrity, and his testimony order 'duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, and sections twenty-seven,twenty-eight,thirty- I S IX.MONTHS after date,I,shall make appJi
f.. v. : HARRIET.POWERS, is consequently undoubted. < be published in some newspaper printed'within two and thirty-three, in township one,; town- cation to,.the Honorable.Judge of Pw
'r s :*.'" -. .By G EO.E. MCCLELLAN, Agent Yours respectfully, the.Ea8t Circuit of Florida for the space of ship two,west of Forbes's grant and township. for-- the County of Alachua,for a final setUescsi

('.' Little-f,River i. )Fla.. Oct 1", 1841. 3m THOS./J. S. FARR.' four months consecutively,.; tj ,three west pf the Apalachicola'river. of range of my accounts and, vouchers as Adiainistritor

Grahamville S. 0. Sept. 18th,'1847. I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said curtdo hereby eight: .of the,estate Joshua Miller,late.,c/atid con
i. Lis OFFICE, CIRCUIT ; certify the above tObe a'true copy of,the order Fractional townships three, (except the southwest iy deceased. _" '- -
W. :
f; -- : -Columbia County, i ; Humphrey Sj Jrn made and 'entered of record 'in tho above entitled fraction of section thirty-one) and fractional JOSIAH SEKJNGEE. Adrfr.

; ;. IT-: ., .Oct.29,1847. Dear Sir-ThIs is to certify that I have used ,cause in said Court, oh.the date nf res 1id. township four west "Chipppla Lake," August20th, 1847. to ,: ,,,
fr:. Is tierebyglven to all persons hav your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. r IN WITNESS./WHEREOF/ I hereunto ([except fractional sections eii,seven and thirty. -
/ NOTICE i.ntlils Court, that t.e cost bills obtained a supply of it from Mr. T..J St Fair, 'set, hand'mid: fib.itJ* Seal of one) ofrange nine. Notice,
made your .Agent of this place;and administered it i[:1. 5) my' Fractional'sections 13 hereby given, that the undersigned haiU-
"be but. twenty-two twentythreeand
.. : In each case;,will ; presented said.Court; this twentieth day of ken letters
settlement at the close of each'Session to my.daughter, according to directions, and I twenty-four, on the main land,in township Testamentary on the estattof
; December A'D 847 .
: ; .
a Jb roth Burnett
of& d'C urt Plaintiffs would do well to attend am happy to state 'that the disease left her in 'OSCARIIART.' 'Clerk.' two of range twenty-six. late of Hillsboronj*
the course of thirty-six hours and her present county and State of .Florida. All. !*
Fractional tions
to this notice. Dec. 24th 1847. a'4, 'se thirty-one, thirty-two, 'debted to the persons
Oct. 29. .* S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. state of health indicates a. certain cure thirty-three and thirty-six on the main Land, said estate are requested mail
Yours &c. E., C. WATTS. Circuit iDlIlediatc'3ymenti andafl those cliisi
f y 2 -_ In' Court, in township one awl fractional sections eight, having
;:-: Grahamville, S. C.. Sept. 14th, J847.AGENTS. SOUTHERN CIRCUIT,.OF FLORIDA.IN nine twelve seventeen, twenty-four, twenty.five against the same, are notified to present tfcea
TYPE FOUNDRY IN tfOR 'THE COUNTY OF HlLLSBOKOUGHParishj twenty-six twenty-seven and twenty-nine I.duly authenticated for settlement The said ei-
59Gol4,corner of Ann street, N. York. .-P.M. ,Cohen & Co, ..Charleston,1S. : Na 1 ,.) 'iN'CifANCERYi'vs. i on the main land in township two, of range, tate is supposed f to be'solvent'. '

THE; subscriber is prepared to furnish hand- C.; T. J. S. Farr Gr haniville, S. C..;'W. Al. :; cy ; >' '.. twenty-seven. -' ,. ./ MART' BUNTTj:

k : Type, and'Trinter's Materials of allkinds Carswell Savannah. G3..4.; McLarie & Co. .Tani'esfl.raiish: )' Bill' for'Divorce.tThaving .. Fractional township three on the main land, Tampa, Oct 29 18418.. ,f--._J
.:p at short notice and on reasonable' terms. Jacksonville, Ga.; 'Shotwell & Gilbert; Macon been made to app'lhe satisjfac- .([exceptsections one, three six seven, sixteen NOTICE; ,"

: Proprietors of newspapers,'who have not adyertisedfor4e Ga.;Dorsey & Knott, Griffin,,Ga..; P.A.Noise, the Court by'affidavit' ,that the above and twenty-seven,) of range thirtyone.South : MONTHS after date, shall' l1.
: ': subscriber, who may publish LaGrange, Ga.; Winter' & Epping, Columbus, 1 named defendant reside 'out ; this notice for three months will be entitled to Ga.;W. Root Marietta Ga; T.Patrick, Salem, ; meridian. 1 I as cf U*
and jurisdiction estate of Wm.F. Murrhee
r l .beyondj.the of this late of Nassau
receive .in on purchasing five times Tenn. W. K. Kitchen Ga. J.iA. .
type Augusta '
'- pay ; ; Court, !/ .* 'Fractional townships eight and nine west of deceased, to the Hon. Judge Probate of said
;' ;r i the amount of their'bill for.advertising.: Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Good ll IT is" "THEREFORE Ofl'iOi9aiisT.'Mag.bee '- of the Suwannee river, of range fourteen county, for a final settlement of said ed
-, estate
Old Type taken exchange for new at 9 cts Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr,J JacksOnboro W. R.r North of the base line and aest of the ,
principal at the same
Ib.i Anderson Dalton Ga ,E. Ai,Burch Hawkins, Solicitor for said.;cozijWthtaL, ,ORDERED, time apply.for,Letters of K*
per ; meridian.
hat the said Jaraes.R. misgion as such Execntrixot
Parish7be re< to which all
.r The Type :wfih J: which the UNEWS is ville, Ga.; Samuel P.lmer"Darien Ga. Cole, 1 ; iue8ted Sections J p'.
: ; ; fourteen
: appear and answer, 1the. colalzanBiIl,, .'ofcomplaint twelve thirteen ;twenty, sons .interested, mSaid estate, are desired to
t printed,,was, .cast at'this'establishmeI.t.' Prescott & Co icon'Black Creek, Florida; Lightftwt: berein-filedwithInfr qiouthso a .twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three twenty- take(notice.:, 'I v .MARYMURR1DOctober9th ,
ROBERT TAYLOR. & Flanders P.Martin Savannah Cunningham
: ; ; four '
Decree froconfesso will be tdken twentyfive, twenty-six twenty-seven, 1847. : ,
against'hiintANP. Execute
& ; November. *, 12th,, 1847. 3m.. & Co., Dalton Ga.; J.H.&W. -Ellis, : JT is.'FpRTjfER RDEREP,114t of twenty-eight, twenty-nine thirty, thirty-two
Macon; M. C. Williamson,Davisboro, Ga.;'\.'- acopy thirty-three thirty-four and >
<- roO this Order duly pe fiedbyfKe'Clerk( of'.this thirty-five thirty- HOM1E8, & 'CO. '
t 'Administrator's IVotice.rilQ Hodges, SandersviUe; R.T. Floyd, Micanopy, Court be pub1isJnornenewpapprintedwithin : siX in township one of range five. ,

V I ALL Creditors, Legatees,and persons en Florida; F.A. Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida; the. State .orFloridaouco week Township one and sections twenty-five twen 1j1EsSRS.EOL3IES. & CO, .have ; .aon|
a consecutively LTL their stock '
I -iititlidi.tO'dktribation in.the .Estate of R. S. Baily, Laurensville S.C. ; ty-six Merchandize to the large
: forfourmonths.r ,. ti'n"\ )twenty-seven. twenty-eighty'thirty-three,
r- geymtfurPickitt,.-deceased, Notice is Hereby For sale. wholesale and' retail by. ':GEO."W.., MACRAE", Judge.of, : ,' 'thirty-four,thirty-five and thirty-six, and town- I: building known as formerly the Go occupied by the United States
& Often tThotj.administration on, the estate of : .. ship two,of range sit.* ernment.BuiciDg. TKiy
-, Jacksonville. .SoutheraCircuitFJa\ have dded 'to .'their
*aid denwasgrantedon the)23d day of ;Agent for ,I JOHN WRoBAaT" ClerkpifiiaidCourt North,of4 the base line and'nest of the principal I. ,stock, by!the lAte arrival.
A liberal discount by the dozen. do from New Yortafun iss
rtinCntofDxy loc44
tF .," Jaftuaryfl847t by.thfrJudgeof Probates for the j- vzeridian.Jractional ,
hereby certify ,ftbo e tf tig '
October 8th, 1847. ; ,$ \ true PYhO'f Groceries 'Hardware,; .Pfb'visions &: 4 g
north of.Forbes ,
an V0rder duly made.andienteredof.record inLHe township one '
claims i arid demands,will be barred at the end : above'.e tii1ed.,: on/the./ of :Grant.'l of range six. .' prepared. ,.to :sell 'at "redai' 4prices.
: .cause day
.No'J.'ic.li. ,1.i.\hI. .
.: day of granting said Letters north of Forbes7 _. ,..:
oftwoyearfromthe fc Fractional township '
1847 V'n M one '
DC9.r p.
Administration,unless filed and made to HAVING the: State 1.I hafe. / appointed Irs 1'" ''j x/'j Lhave I :.Grant'' of seven. .They are,now..prepared:to pnreiias* CottOfl5-
WHEREOF. range
,'jWiTKESs -
YALE ? (y Hides and .
; myattorneytosettlemy untrythhTghes .
/ appear,within that time.;:l Of which all persons LIla ,.Sections'.one,.two,,eleven twelve, thirteen, ,. therprodnCefth
business. ,All sums of due me can !IT. S. uutosetmy' ?4 private seal,! Market mate'cash
... Concerned will take notice. .. money JLI .,[and advtacea;
i" 1 J fifteen .
) ,
uu twenty-two *
thereieing. ,; twenty-three-
: '
be paid to him and all claims against me eanbe .' ,1 nasealhofpfficefthS:111th ,. 'friendj in SavanaA
tfu -.JAMES PICKITT on consignments to their ___ __ __
: yiil*>* : ofDeoemberA. twenty-four tw ty-fiveJ twent- X twenty- "
; day
t presented to him at Jacksonville for;adjust <' 1847. and Charleston:' New York
'. il *P i r r 'r/or&Jickitt deceased. '" and the south-east fraction of or
: ,section'twentyeight
ment.. MYEB HELFER. \ i' ::. JiCW.: RpBARTS, Clerk. seven have articleof IronPlonghsrrtp
They Wrought
-.JacksonvilleNovember lth 1847 8w in the former Indian Reserve a new i
t" : : : NOT,.2C, 1847. gins' .'* / December84.1847.'.. .ii' iy41 !m ." >"I" "!! which'they would respectfully call
fraction of section
: east thirty-three th same,
i' : r:al", 1 :State:ofFlorida.DUjJLLCOUNTr ." '. i > CIRCUIT; COCBT. ikviIeNoy it
i EASTERN, CIRCUIT FLORIDA: lie. AND ro& six,in: township one;:sections twelve thirteen, ;6.1S1S : :! :

"J1j: TO wrr; '/ COLUMBIA COUNTY;t4:4! .tji*.., .M*. vTHBSubscriber3informsnher'friendsteilt ,.twent1hree.twentyto r,twenty.tive;twenty- CARD.KIVEBS .
;, r aU to Khon.thest Presents, shall i Abel Cowart .V In 'and;'.patrons th tTshe', v ,
-f., : .cone, Chancery:" \ has'fopeiifed the. siX thirty-five and thirty-six. in township two''aDds '" ,.. -
D.- .-, .' .. I, vs. >; fi; ,,', ji ." love(establishmentxith: view : : ,
.: "-. < .a. r.'every to"their? ;i ns!one ;two, :five, -teiy eleven f ana BOYALL. :::
'' HERE AS, isaiah D. Hart baa applied toI I Elizabeth Cowart, ) Bill for.Divorce. j", omfort-luring the last' nmme :she'has had'ne ,'twelve;:into-.rnshipthree, of range eight- *'. :

.y y this Court for Letters of Administration IT having been made to appear to the satisfaction : .iouse 1 thOrottghiy:ceiV! ;and!extra!firei.1 .! ,Sections;'.thirty-five ;aad,thirty-six,'in township 'DiEN'TAO: > SURGEONOffice

fI1icii!lguI'the'dst chattels'and of the Court by Affidavit,:,that.,the places builV w'that'now"she J8 able to' fFertheri1"1 .: 'six,audran .twe1Ye.. v )North.Bait corner of St.JuEen Street 1

County, 'deceased fund?intestate:! Those Tare of Florida and beyond i the jurisdiction of this ing togiv atisfactitiri'allwhdpitroniseher; ; :' .riv r,"; .range sixteen.... -r' > '." i '.' '. 8ATAKSAH.. .OXQKQ1K. ,,
io cite'i.nd. monish.-all,and Court ';2 cIt COnveyances ittth'!tKffrftnntvv' ntb' 'bbtaliiea. Sections rfour tw tWe f '" ,"" '' C If
; i: therefore singular twenty nt1-fin; -ux, 'An:2o, 47, 1.-, __ .,.
the next of ;credlto'rs, .and othr persons:in is therefore, 'on motion .Washington' h reJ) t1j1Att 1 '.BA'WIGUTMANI: .thirty-five' thirty-six township'three,.of -. -.. # "
',before .Ives Esq Solicitor for said Com la.\n .o .tk De.r.iotS474q! 1 } v3t' j'V4 i !. "*. .'rf' : EORWM1P--ALDRICH,1
interest to shew cause, me/on or before t > raflgeeeuteen; ., :
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DEREPi..r"ht the ; ; .J. tidtitr >
said Elizabeth -
i Cowartbotre4quireti -
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next thhV ,
T t1'.n ntf.fifrst.42It) day January, en- ; ; Jzi J1.NQ'I1ICS.rd1 jtowll8hip.thr ATTOHNEYS AND, COUNSBLLQS5 :A'&. uv:
suing, why sa14 application should not be gran* to appear.and answer the Complainant's A LL persons having cUim?,against 111JtfJ tbeEstaie> j',rLandsappropiatedi;:; by;; law,:Jbr (I.the 'use 'o!. 'WtiLp tic .in"the;several,,Courta of-LaT ':
Letters ,of Administrationlasftfbrwaidwlll Bill of Complaint herein filed within four ; schools .other '?will be .
te4 t OU ; Jpf.Mangel. ,mihcary.oc purposes, excluded ; ci'EqtiIti:in'tWEuterntSrcnit of Florid*
issue from this'Court to said Isali'TO months,or,a Peered pro conjess&jvin be>takeri> Q.lfriWailistedJfijllsborough from.the sales.t" ; 't *- j,; WM..'A.'FORWAWV'8t Augaatin.Jiff

I&1rD.-JI&rt 41 $' rr tw iwU 'ilmeanl *- : .against)ier.,'. J''i! ti ,,t *,j4:1.1t wD county,within doceased/TrU) pieentiem to 'the subscriber ,tTheofferingoflh; 'lands win.be.commencedon L .Lrwia Aziciiewnansv1fle .
p And it is further Ordered : thej.timeiprescribedibys44w/i; >r and 'in the : ,
.u(1 WrrKDlim1 Seal of Court Thatacowofthi! : the days appointed, proceed same '
order duly certified by the Clerk of this Court theywi1Lbabarred'and4hose indebted to the in advertised"wlthalicQie2iientdespatcbufltiLthewho1esli11 : .WM.CRAR''REE! ; 1it
{L.'So]-this fifteenth day of December AJD. J847 said Eat m' orden .which.-the1).ar: ,

_ .l'J. 'r7 CotU tyiLf re'. 'j /. ;be published in some newspaper printed within! J &meAtoto."m' d Stmto : have :,:1, S.. TT BNBY.AND.:COUNSELLOR. ;AT .'"rr.*

"j ., LL :F.1CR l'BBE1'., .i"J1J.t'1 ;the Eastern,Circuit* Florida,once a week consecutively ) ((T O est" { 7 l W. l '" '..') bee ('e1W,andjthe.sales:thus closed. Butno Ii., ;: -, 'J4cIQoam' .pia. Ar'F

c1PJ dg fProbatejCou1LtyofDnYabiJet ,I for four months. Vi doi, .-1, tf> ..IHHiIH t.. .._ r..1' '0 ..T-1JWW tJrJf'i s4wiqdiait :sale shall be kept open longer than two>weeks,' t l ,WILL attend,to: basinets'en ed.&t.r

"- iib yi; it n"b blfshed' I e';I 1 ..rf'J 1 'THO.; DOUGLAS ::Judgefelli : )'WHd4ttQ't. h. "1IHiH f 1. ;and 3prt at&:entry.0f any of the lands will be T inany of the any Cbnrta J.n\theaataeu Cfe
.W.1i"1: \i 180m JiJr", f 'Rnt : tjTf CV'Oj' ejCirc :'Covrtft ,-: ) nHI : -j 1 La.. n ,. J 1 mZ i1 ,admitted.until. after.the expiration'of the twoweek& t"ult.d't' on ; .. .
irh In I I si* c' v,;.;< n/J'ifnotj' -
_ ut:vtu vuutttjr} Bome'newspanor I : f g,,_ ,, !g .MU ; "QIVRN'undu hand the City ot1Vuh"'liI : '
: printed in some adjoining ntyorBtatewM.FcRABTREE : STTRIKO ScARBORotrcH,Clerk of laid Court,1'do 9 ? J ny a iE'L.'J IYISON,4;

5;.*t1V M .t ea -+X hereby'certifytheabove to be a trne"copyofan ;v ml 1e i l, : gtb 'hiity-thfrd dy at October D,' ;, 3TTORNEY4T'L.&W, ,. *"

; .- Judge of Pre', Dbp i 1 ttrderdttly.madeand'entered recordln the i1 )llr.0'!'Af )ciff o.t 1., M1 !jDoniiut on&thousandfeIgbt'hu! drd adfty. : -.J c1Uoi&li 'rEI r" ,
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boILTil.e..D. cmb :171847, 6w above entitled cause,on the 7th dayt4tr'A.D.l84Y tJ i3 'tH. ; r.1 -$
t'J."liu'l R 't,_ fr' Yf'f. *,;? ; 'to f.lf'.1i1" .- )" lt11t' tfl ilsit '.h v.tf } : ; ['.1iBftTBE-iPBESmENTe ,h. ti Witt practice. -in'- all. ,. iC, "t&hI.1._

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